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All That Jazz

An estimated 5,500 people turned out for the inaugural Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival on Aug. 9, an event intended to promote an arts-driven, community-oriented, and sustainable revitalization of the city. The free, outdoor festival, held in Court Square in downtown Springfield, featured locally and internationally acclaimed musical artists and a variety of ethnic cuisines and local food producers. From top: Festival Producer Kristin Neville with Evan Plotkin, president of NAI Plotkin; from left, Charles Neville of the Neville Brothers, jazz saxophonist and Springfield native Phil Woods, and Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, who presented Woods with the key to the city; Charles Neville plays with his daughter, Charmaine Neville (left), and singer/songwriter/saxophonist Grace Kelly; some of the crowd gathered at Court Square. (Photos by Ed Cohen)


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