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Tue April 3, 2012
Enough with the search for a ‘Jazz Savior’
Every so often, a barrage of articles and blog posts come out claiming that jazz has found the musician or musicians that are going to “save” jazz. More often than not, these musicians are achieving some current commercial success and popularity among a broad audience outside of the typical “jazz head” community.
But what would it mean to "save jazz"? And, what exactly does it need "saving" from?