Fort Worth's Dewey Redman, who was so out he was as in as any jazzer in the 1960s, died on Saturday. In 1997, Dewey Redman--the Fort Worth-born tenor sax player who, as much as any horn player, defined the avant jazz sound of the late 1960s and early '70s--was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Six yea ... More >>
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