Long a troubled star in the mid-20th century jazz world, at the end of his life saxophonist Stan Getz found peace and made some of his finest recordings.
Trumpeter Lee Morgan and saxophonist Wayne Shorter were two of the leading lights of the 1960s hardbop era.
In the 1950s jazz artists discovered a new venue for their performances that took them far away from smoky nightclubs and into the halls of the academy.
In the 1940s Woody Herman led three big bands that grew progressively in musicianship and excitement.
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.
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.