How Kansas City Relates To Its Jazz Legacy
In the 1930s, Kansas City was a place where talent and history converged, resulting in a whole new sound that jazz aficionados continue to study today. But how does that past inform Kansas City's present day jazz scene?
- Anita Dixon, executive director, Mutual Musicians Foundation
- Steve Paul, editorial page editor, The Kansas City Star
- Bill Brownlee, jazz critic, Plastic Sax Blog
- Lori Chandler, owner, Take Five Coffee+Bar