Cafe Society was New York City's first integrated nightclub and a cultural flashpoint for artists, jazz musicians, intellectuals, and activists of the 1940s.
Struggle, rebirth, and return: Bud Powell biographer Peter Pullman joins us again as we chronicle the final years of pianist Bud Powell.
In the mid-1940s Bud Powell emerged as the leading pianist of bebop, but the personal troubles that would dog him throughout his career were emerging as well.
A tribute to the late bassist, whose career encompassed the avant-garde, spirituals, noir movie themes, pastoral ballads, and straightahead jazz.
Big Apple news: Night Lights will now be carried every Saturday by WBGO, which broadcasts to the New York City market.
More of the full-length Night Lights interview with historian Michael McGerr about extended jazz works that depict the history of black America.
Historian Michael McGerr discusses Ellington's musical portrayals of the African-American experience.
Night Lights will begin airing Wednesdays at 8 p.m. CST on Chicago's primary jazz station.
What's the music you hear each week at the beginning and end of "Night Lights"?
An update on previously-mentioned and newly-announced box-sets.