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Bill " Magic" Lavender Bey plays his bass at Columbia Station in Adams Morgan as part of this year's Duke Ellington Jazz Festival in NW Washington, D.C., Sunday, June 7, 2009. as part of this year's Duke Ellington Jazz Festival in NW Washington, D.C., Sunday, June 7, 2009. With over 100 performances across the city, the Duke Ellington Jazz Festival is the largest music festival in the nation's capital. The festival offers a mix of local, nationally and internationally-known artists who perform in diverse venues in different neighborhoods. Some of the highlights are free, all-day concerts on the National Mall. "The festival's mission is to provide enriching and entertaining .programs that attract the broadest possible demographic to jazz; use jazz as a form of arts .education; honor DC's own Duke Ellington and other jazz greats; and add to the city's rich jazz .history, further enhancing the nation's capital city as a premier cultural destination." (Astrid Riecken/The Washington Times).
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Bill " Magic" Lavender Bey plays his bass at Columbia Station in Adams Morgan as part of this year's Duke Ellington Jazz Festival in NW Washington, D.C., Sunday, June 7, 2009. as part of this year's Duke Ellington Jazz Festival in NW Washington, D.C., Sunday, June 7, 2009. With over 100 performances across the city, the Duke Ellington Jazz Festival is the largest music festival in the nation's capital. The festival offers a mix of local, nationally and internationally-known artists...
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