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John Boutte's famous performance at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is just one of the beloved performances included in WWOZ's Jazz Festing in Place series. Marc PoKempner/Courtesy of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation hide caption

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From Ella Fitzgerald To John Boutté: Jazz Festing In Place Presents Archival Audio

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Turning The Tables: Celebrating Eight Women Who Invented American Popular Music

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"Any person that wants to be a singer should know Ella Fitzgerald," Cuban artist Daymé Arocena says. Pablo Dewin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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How Ella Fitzgerald Is Influencing A New Generation Of Latinx Musicians

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Ella Fitzgerald, performing in 1969 at Lucerna Hall. In 1967, she began singing "I Can't Stop Loving You" as a way into the soul world. Miroslav Zajic/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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When you look at Ella Fitzgerald's clothes, fancy by any standard, you realize her delight made them something any of us could wear. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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An "Is it Ella or is it Memorex?" ad from 1973. Memorex At 50 hide caption

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Memorex At 50

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Hear a conversation about the third season of Turning the Tables on Morning Edition

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