Why Jazz: Part 1By
Click the play button to listenSeason 2 of the Jazz Backstory podcast begins with a review of the devotion to the art required for a successful career. After the inspiration and exploration, what makes a young jazz musician stick with it? Sheila Jordan, Don Alias, Diane Reeves and others share their thoughts.
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