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Harry Connick Jr.

How Harry Connick Jr. Saved American Idol

Season 13 of American Idol sure caught a lucky break in new judge Harry Connick Jr. Since his debut in January, Connick has received rave reviews from both the show's fans and television critics — but he hasn't paid attention to any of them. "T… Read more

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Cuban high school jazz band makes American debut
02:40 — A group of high school students from Cuba were in N.Y. this past week for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: taking a master class with jazz master, Wy (more…)
Stephen Helps Sarah Paulson Record A Fan's Voicemail
02:02 — Sarah Paulson auctioned off recording a voicemail to benefit the organization AisFor.org, but she hasn't figured out what the message should be for wi (more…)
Wynton Marsalis, Lil Buck, & Jared Grimes Perform
04:49 — Wynton Marsalis and dancers Lil Buck and Jared Grimes perform "Petite Suite (for Savion) Movement II." They can all be seen performing in Marsalis' "S (more…)

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Fri May 6 9:00pm
JazzDedicated to Chaos (1940-1945)(Season 1, Episode 7) PBS

“Dedicated to Chaos” (Part 7 of 10) covers the years 1940-45, when Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie burst onto the jazz scene with their “new way of playing.” Meanwhile, Duke Ellington had found a new collaborator, Billy Strayhorn. And swing endu (more…)

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Sat May 7 2:00am
JazzDedicated to Chaos (1940-1945)(Season 1, Episode 7) PBS

“Dedicated to Chaos” (Part 7 of 10) covers the years 1940-45, when Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie burst onto the jazz scene with their “new way of playing.” Meanwhile, Duke Ellington had found a new collaborator, Billy Strayhorn. And swing endu (more…)

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Sat May 7 8:00pm
JazzDedicated to Chaos (1940-1945)(Season 1, Episode 7) PBS

“Dedicated to Chaos” (Part 7 of 10) covers the years 1940-45, when Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie burst onto the jazz scene with their “new way of playing.” Meanwhile, Duke Ellington had found a new collaborator, Billy Strayhorn. And swing endu (more…)

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Benedict Cumberbatch
Weekend TV Review: Give These Shows a Medal!

While the Olympians continue to dominate the TV spotlight in Sochi, another gathering of championshi…

House of Cards
The Weekend Playlist: Cards Sharks on Netflix, Super Bowl Weekend

"I have no patience for useless things." The Machiavellian politician making this pronouncement, in…