In the early 1970s trumpeter Freddie Hubbard made a series of records for the CTI label that combined hardbop, funk, modality, and 70s groove.
Women instrumentalists thrived in the upside-down jazz world of wartime America.
Jazz historian Ted Gioia joins Night Lights this week to talk about his latest book.
Our annual, highly-subjective roundup of classic-jazz favorites.
How a college-town springtime in the Jazz Age Midwest paved the way for two legends in the making.
From ragtime to the rise of jazz education, the state of Indiana played a significant part in shaping the sound of modern jazz.
It's really no mystery: Night Lights relies on listeners like you to keep the stories and sounds of classic jazz on the air and online.
A playlist and some programs for America's national holiday.
Help Night Lights make its online fund-drive goal this year! Any and all contributions make a difference. Afterwards, enjoy a historic Sonny Rollins solo.