Music at the Crossroads: Lives & Legacies of Baltimore Jazz

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Mark Osteen, Frank J. Graziano
Apprentice House, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 409 pages
The first book to analyze and celebrate Baltimore's underappreciated jazz tradition, Music at the Crossroads shines new light on legends such as Eubie Blake and Cab Calloway, honors neglected figures such as Ellis Larkins, Hank Levy, and Ethel Ennis, pays tribute to the legacies of Pennsylvania Avenue and the Left Bank Jazz Society, and analyzes the current Baltimore jazz scene.

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