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Jon Batiste On Piano Jazz

The Colbert bandleader sings "What A Wonderful World" in a 2011 session with guest host Jon Weber.

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John Medeski On Piano Jazz

Medeski joins host Jon Weber to perform a surprising duet and pieces from his new solo piano album.

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Karen Oberlin On Piano Jazz

One of the premier interpreters of the Great American Songbook presents a set of timeless music.

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Cynthia Sayer On Piano Jazz

The banjo player gives a fresh take on an old-time sound with host Jon Weber.

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Marissa Mulder On Piano Jazz

Mulder describes bringing new life to old standards and performs a set of the songs she holds dear.

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Linda Oh On Piano Jazz

With the bass, "you have a lot more power than you may think," Oh says in a session with Jon Weber.

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Cécile McLorin Salvant On Piano Jazz

Salvant discusses her journey to discover jazz, and Jon Weber accompanies her in "I Can't Dance."

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Rudresh Mahanthappa On Piano Jazz

Mahanthappa brings an explosive blend of jazz and South Indian classical music to the studio.

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Donny McCaslin On Piano Jazz

The tenor saxophonist plays "Take the 'A' Train" and "All the Things You Are" with host Jon Weber.

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Robben Ford On Piano Jazz

The rock guitarist plays Little Buddy Doyle's "Slick Capers Blues" and more with host Jon Weber.

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