John Murph


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    Dee Dee Bridgewater will release Memphis --- Yes, I'm Ready on DDB/OKeh Records on Sept. 15.
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    Shabaka Hutchings (seen here in a publicity photo) is among the artists to have performed at Jazz Re:Freshed's weekly Thursday showcases in London.
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    Guitarist Russell Malone’s new album is TIme For The Dancers (HighNote).
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    Linus Kleinlosen (left) and Axel Schappert of the band Molino. The group performed at the inJazz Conference in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on June 22.
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    Odean Pope (left) leads his sax choir on June 16 during the Captialbop DC Jazz Series in Washington, D.C.
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    Adel Gonzáles (left), Orlando “Maraca” Valle, Yandy Martinez, Sixto Llorente and Héctor Quintana perform at the International Jazz Day Global Concert at the Gran Teatro de la Habana Alicia Alonso in Havana, Cuba, on April 30.
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    Singer-songwriter Lizz Wright’s next album, Grace, is scheduled for release in September.
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    A scene from the opera Champion, which made its East Coast premiere March 4 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
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    Junius Paul (left) and Makaya McCraven at the So What’s Next Fest? in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on Nov. 5.
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    Jimmy Owens (left) receives the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Jazz Legacy Award from Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) on Sept 16.
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    Antonio Sanchez performed with his band Migration at the 2016 Funchal Jazz Festival, which took place July 14–17 in Madeira, Portugal.
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    The Mary Lou Williams Festival in Washington, D.C., honors the late singer and pianist, pictured here, who died in 1981.
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    Dee Dee Bridgewater (left) Esperanza Spalding, Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, President Obama and Kurt Elling celebrate International Jazz Day in Washington, D.C., April 29.
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    In addition to assembling a new band, Stefon Harris has developed an app called Harmony Cloud, which helps users play by ear.

    Stefon Harris’ Diverse Ambitions

    Even though Stefon Harris hasn’t released an album since 2011’s Ninety Miles (Concord), on which he shared top…


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