Jazz Night In America Jazz Night In America is a public radio program, a video concert documentary series, and an online home for the music, from NPR Music, WBGO and Jazz at Lincoln Center.

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The Stars Shine: A Newport Jazz Festival Special

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Fans sit under an umbrella as shade from the hot sun during the Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, R.I., on July 8, 1962. Boston Globe/Getty Images hide caption

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The Golden Age: A Newport Jazz Festival Special

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Inspired By Injustice, Wynton Marsalis Reflects On His Music

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The Evolution Of Jon Batiste

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Jazz Night in American - Monty Alexander and Ray Brown

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Stefon Harris: A Generation's Preeminent Voice Of The Vibraphone

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The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis performs 'Portraits of America: A Jazz Story.' Frank Stewart /WBGO hide caption

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Jazz And Art Take Center Stage To Form 'Portraits Of America'

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