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  1. Philadelphia has been home to many transformative figures in jazz history, including Dizzy Gillespie, John Coltrane, and Sun Ra, in addition to lesser-known musicians who shaped the community and its music.
  2. Philly Celebrates Jazz Out of an abundance of concern about the possible impact of COVID on public gatherings and on our attendees and artists, the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE) is announcing the cancellation of its Neighborhood Jazz Series planned for the 10th Anniversary of Philly Celebrates Jazz.
  3. Under the proprietorship of Stan Cooper, this West Philly jazz spot was popular in the s and ‘50s. Club Harlem played host to jazz and blues greats such as Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, Lionel Hampton, Johnny Hodges, Ella Fitzgerald, Lucky Millender, John Coltrane, Dinah Washington, Bull Moose Jackson, Erskine Hawkins and Nat King Cole.
  4. During the summer of , in partnership with VISIT PHILADELPHIA, the Philadelphia Jazz Project, presented 90 FREE performances in 45 days in Philadelphia's, historic Old City District. From Friday, June 1 through Friday, September 7, , five different Philadelphia musical ensembles, each presented concerts for three weeks.
  5. Listen to Smooth Jazz JJZ Live for Free! Hear Smooth Jazz for Philadelphia, only on iHeartRadio. Stream Jazz songs online from this radio station, only on iHeartRadio.
  6. City of Philadelphia Leads the 9th Annual Celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month with Philly Celebrates Jazz. PHILADELPHIA – This April, the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE) will lead the city in the 9th annual observance of Jazz Appreciation Month with Philly Celebrates Jazz, a celebration of Philadelphia’s rich jazz heritage and community.
  7. Jazz legend Archie Shepp, 83 has recorded the new album, Ocean Bridges, with his nephew, Jason Moore, who goes by rap name Raw Poetic and who also grew up in Philly. The intergenerational interdisciplinary musical summit also features Washington, D.C., producer Damu the Fudgemunk.
  8. WRTI Jazz - The mission of WRTI public radio is to broadcast the very best classical music and jazz recordings, and produce innovative, entertaining, and informative content that enriches the daily lives of our audience and the cultural life of Philadelphia and.

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