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4/3/08     Rhythm is My Business: The Life and Music of Milt Hinton

Known for his impeccable time and ability to play across genres, Milt Hinton's career spanned more than 60 years. In this Encore Presentation, Milt 'the Judge' Hinton performs with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band and shares memories of his life in music, including his days on the road Cab Calloway.

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4/10/08     Talking Trumpet with Clark Terry

Basie, Ellington and Tonight Show veteran, Clark Terry shares his infectious humor in conversations with host David Holt and joins The Jim Cullum Jazz Band to perform music from his lengthy career, including his famous 'Mumbles' routine.

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Clark Terry Extended Interview
Bonus Music Tracks - Sophisticated Lady, Mood Indigo, Sheba


4/17/08     Riverwalk Jazz Hall of Fame: Legends at The Landing

Join The Jim Cullum Jazz Band and a trio of jazz greats, Doc Cheatham, Bob Haggart, and Joe Williams, sharing their stories and music on stage at The Landing.

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JazzNotes with Bonus Interview Clips


4/24/08     Symphony in Riffs: Celebrating Benny Carter

Musicians called him 'the King.' An architect of the Swing Era sound, Benny Carter talks about his life in music and performs with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band. Carter biographer and Associate Director of The Institute of Jazz Studies Rutgers, Ed Berger discusses Benny Carter's contribution in jazz.

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JazzNotes with Bonus Photo Gallery
Bonus Interview Clip

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