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Premiere: Watch Jazzmeia Horn's Final Live Performance Before The Pandemic

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Join us to watch jazz vocalist and songwriter Jazzmeia Horn give her last in-person concert before the pandemic shuttered music venues in March 2020.

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Michela Marino Lerman And Russell Hall: Alone Together Duets

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Tap dancer Michela Marino Lerman and bassist Russell Hall rattle our senses with a performance evoking the soundscapes of protests taking place in cities across America.

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Camille Thurman And Darrell Green: Alone Together Duets

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Saxophonist Camille Thurman and drummer Darrell Green "Stand Tall" in their Alone Together Duet.

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Becca Stevens And Nathan Schram: Alone Together Duets

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With time together on their side, singer and composer Becca Stevens teams up with her husband and Attacca Quartet violist, Nathan Schram, to perform a brooding version of "I Will Avenge You."

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The Evolution Of Jon Batiste

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Jon Batiste was born for show business. Hear him play an intimate set in New York and on our radio show as we trace his story to his current gig as band leader of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

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Fabian Almazan And Linda May Han Oh: Alone Together Duets

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Fabian Almazan and Linda May Han Oh serenade us with a piano and bass duet from their Harlem, N.Y., apartment.

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José James And Taali: Alone Together Duets

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Musical couple José James and Taali perform the song "I Found A Love" while quarantined in their New York City apartment, in the first of a new series of videos from Jazz Night in America.

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Dezron Douglas And Brandee Younger: Alone Together Duets

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For Jazz Night in America's Alone Together Duets series, harpist Brandee Younger and bassist Dezron Douglas perform "Toilet Paper Romance" from their living room in East Harlem, N.Y.

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Watch Rhiannon Giddens Perform 'Up Above My Head' In Honor Of Rosetta Tharpe

Rhiannon Giddens gets the spirit of fierce rock and roll independence as she sings "Up Above My Head," made famous by Tharpe, at the 2019 NPR Music Turning the Tables concert at Lincoln Center.

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Watch Rhiannon Giddens And Lizz Wright Perform A Tribute To Marian Anderson

Chills all around as Lizz Wright and Rhiannon Giddens invoke the spirit of Marian Anderson with "Deep River" and "Go Down Moses" at the 2019 NPR Music Turning the Tables concert at Lincoln Center.

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Watch Valerie Simpson Perform A Tribute To Bessie Smith

Valerie Simpson burns it all down performing "Send Me To the 'Lectric Chair," a signature song of Bessie Smith, during the 2019 NPR Music Turning the Tables opening concert at Lincoln Center.