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He doesn’t tell — but presumably Willie Weeks is among the good guys, as is Hendrix, and Wooten’s real-life cohort, and the visiting faculty at his music camps, who tend, like Wooten, to fall along the jazz-country-virtuoso spectrum.
During a six-decade career, he won 23 Grammy Awards, more than any other jazz performer.
That live performance, a tribute to health-care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis, will feature band leader Jon Batiste, countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant and dancer Ayodele Casel.
Anderson biked until he was in his mid-80s and enjoyed listening to opera, jazz and symphony music.
Yet it—like the blues, like jazz, like rock ’n’ roll—is part of who we are and where we’ve been.
November 2019 brought the release of “Mr,” a fusion of classic jazz and contemporary soul that marked Odom’s first album of original material.
The film follows a middle school band teacher, Joe Gardner, who desperately wants to make it as a jazz pianist.
In his teens, he won a prize from the Hot Club de France, an organization founded to promote jazz in France.
Others include jazz musicians and poets from the Harlem Renaissance, and literary characters like Ernest Hemingway’s Nick Adams.
Her parents, who met and wed quickly in a “jazz age marriage,” divorced when she was a baby.

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