Detroit Jazz City: Mark Stryker’s New Book Examines Detroit’s Long Love Affair With Jazz


As a longtime jazz fan, arts writer Mark Stryker was well aware that the city of Detroit had played a role in the development of the music he loved. However, after he took a job with the Detroit Free Press in 1995, Stryker began to realize just how pivotal that role was. As he interviewed

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