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The Story of Norman Granz

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

He never played an instrument, but mid-twentieth century jazz lover Norman Granz had a big impact on the music world. Author Tad Hershorn tells us about the controversial jazz promoter’s pioneering musical and social legacy, as recounted in Hershorn’s book “Norman Granz: The Man Who Used Jazz for Justice.”


Tad Hershorn

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Wayne Johnson Ph.D. from Brooklyn

Outstanding Show

Oct. 05 2011 02:22 PM

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