Great Day in Dallas: Behind the Scenes

Leading jazz musicians gather for a recreation of an iconic photograph "A Great Day in Harlem" taking in NY by Art Kane. The Dallas photograph was taken by Jesse Hornbuckle and will released soon

Stay tuned for more on this Great Day in Dallas photo shoot.

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