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THE 2009 JAZZMOBILE REUNION at Grant's Tomb National Monument in Harlem, New York USA



Jazzmobile Reunion at Grant’s Tomb 12 Aug 09



Jazzmobile artists who have performed with the organization over its 45 years gather for a reunion at Grant’s Tomb on Wednesday. First row: (l-r) Dotti Anita Taylor, Akiko Tsuruga, Marie Lee McBroom, Chris White (Jazzmobile’s first executive director), Jazzmobile founder Dr. Billy Taylor, Jimmy Heath, current Jazzmobile President & CEO Robin Bell-Stevens, Jazzmobile Production Director… Continue

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