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Saxophonist Camille Thurman and bassist Endea Owens play at a Community Cookout in Jamaica, Queens on Sunday May 9, 2021 Anthony Artis /Artist hide caption

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Bassist Endea Owens Cooks Up Jazz For The Community

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Kurt Elling in The Big Blind Lawrence Sumulong/JALC/Jazz at Lincoln Center hide caption

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'The Big Blind': Kurt Elling's Jazz Radio Drama In 1950s Chicago

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Saxophonists Mike and Julian Lee Christopher Drukker/Artist hide caption

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A 'Jazz Night' Family Affair: Father And Son Saxophonists Mike And Julian Lee

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Orquesta Akokán performs onstage at the MIM Music Theater in Phoenix. Emma Barber/Courtesy of the Musical Instrument Museum hide caption

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A Mambo Expedition In The Valley Of The Sun

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Billy Strayhorn (right), spent the majority of his career as a composer and arranger for Duke Ellington (left) and his orchestra. David Redfern/Getty Images hide caption

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The Lush Life Of Billy Strayhorn

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Cedar Walton, performing in the U.K. in 1976. Andrew Putler/Redferns hide caption

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Crate Digging With Christian McBride: The Works Of Cedar Walton

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Celebrating Betty Carter

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Terri Lyne Carrington at PDX Jazz in 2018 Mark Sheldon/PDX Jazz hide caption

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Terri Lyne Carrington: Trailblazer, Advocate and NEA Jazz Master

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Phil Schaap in WKCR studio, 1991 John Abbott/John Abbott hide caption

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Phil Schaap's 50-Year Career: The Raconteur Raised On Jazz

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Bassist and composer Marcus Miller, performing during a tribute to Miles Davis on July 13, 2011 in Montreux, France. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Henry Threadgill conducts the Society Situation Dance Band at the Very Very Threadgill festival. Shahar Azran/Courtesy of Harlem Stage hide caption

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Very Very Henry Threadgill

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Tootie Heath At 80

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Myra Melford's Myriad Sounds

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Pianist Helen Sung: From Classical Outsider To The Jazz Inner Circle

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Chick Corea: Back In Boston

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