CHICAGO (CBS) —Chicago may be home of the blues, but on Friday, it’s all that jazz.
It’s International Jazz Day.
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Chicago’s own Herbie Hancock helped make this day a reality in 2011. The beloved Chicago Jazz Festival, held annually at the Pritzker Pavilion, was canceled in 2020 but it did go on virtually.
With outdoor festivals coming back, there’s a chance we could be swinging to the sounds of jazz come this fall.
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