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Jazz, Love and Letting Loose: Brooklyn's Surprising Senior Jazz Scene

Jazz 966 is a senior center by day, but, on Friday nights, it transforms into a swinging jazz club catering to seniors who love to hear live music.
Source: Colin Marshall

As a producer on , part of my job is to highlight the intersections of jazz and everyday life. It's easy to get caught up in the large, romantic art.

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