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Grover Washington Jr. performs on stage during the "One Night With Blue Note" concert in New York on Feb. 22, 1985. Anthony Barboza/Getty Images hide caption

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How Grover Washington Jr. Defined And Transcended 'Smooth Jazz'

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Jimmy Greene's 'Beautiful Life'

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Louis Hayes Celebrates His 80th Birthday In A Packed Jazz Club

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Talent And Tourism Keep Blues Alive In Clarksdale, Mississippi

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At Ojai Music Festival, Vijay Iyer Showcases Improvisation

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Abdullah Ibrahim: How Improvisation Saved My Life

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Roscoe Mitchell (saxophone), Hugh Ragin (piccolo trumpet), Junius Paul (bass) and Famadou Don Moye (drums) of the Art Ensemble of Chicago perform at London's Cafe OTO on Feb. 1, 2017. Roger Thomas hide caption

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Cyrille Aimée And Daymé Arocena Make Jazz Their Own

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Downtown Houston's theater district, the second-largest in the nation, was flooded with water from Buffalo Bayou. Thomas B. Shea/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Matthew Johnson, the current resident of Wadada's childhood home, gives Wadada his Mother's old bible.

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Aww Yeah, Summertime — With The Robert Glasper Experiment

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John Scofield Performs 'Quiet And Loud Jazz'

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