New Orleans jazz meets worship and spiritualism at 29th Annual Jazz Service
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Renowned New Orleans clarinetist Dr. Michael White and the Original Liberty Jazz Band are gearing up for the 29th Annual Jazz Service presented by St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church. This one-of-a-kind worship service presents a festival of hymns and spirituals in the New Orleans style of jazz. Dr. Michael White joins us with all the details.
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