Saxophonist James Moody, an NEA Jazz Master, in Concert
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“Has made an indelible contribution to the rise of American music.” —New York Times
For over 60 years, James Moody has established himself as a saxophone master who “has made an indelible contribution to the rise of American music” (New York Times). The NEA Jazz Master forged a lifelong friendship with Dizzy Gillespie after joining his band in 1946, and later went on to achieve great success as a world-class soloist showcasing his improvisational genius and serenading audiences with his hit song, “Moody’s Mood for Love.”