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Kevin Eubanks On Piano Jazz

The former Tonight Show bandleader joins Marian McPartland for Cole Porter and Sonny Rollins tunes.

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The innovative Roxy Music frontman re-imagines some of his classic songs as 1920s-style jazz.

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Dee Dee Bridgewater On Piano Jazz

The host of NPR's JazzSet joins Marian McPartland for a set of Duke Ellington and Gershwin tunes.

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George Duke On Piano Jazz

A pianist for Miles Davis and Frank Zappa, Duke plays "My Funny Valentine" with Marian McPartland.

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Bill Frisell On Piano Jazz

The guitarist plays with expansiveness and a feel for the wide-open space between notes.

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Bill Evans On Piano Jazz

The usually quiet and reserved musical genius opens up about his approach and philosophy.

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