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What’s New: April 2010

Pianist Luke Gillespie's unexpected CD, a new love-songs compilation from Jackie Ryan, and a solo outing from Kurt Elling collaborator Laurence Hobgood.

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New music on Afterglow this week from jazz pianist and Indiana University professor Luke Gillespie (listen to his account of the CD’s unexpected origins), vibraphonist Joe Locke (including a cover of Neil Young’s “Birds” sung by Kenny Washington), vocalist Jackie Ryan, and pianist Laurence Hobgood–accompanied by longtime collaborator Kurt Elling.

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