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Survivors huddled in closets or behind bandstands will send pictures, text messages, and videos into a world that is again aghast.
Behind the curtain was a dark-stained wooden stage with a bandstand.
Coolbone will perform 6 to 7 p.m. Then, from 7 to 10 Huntsville classic-rock band 5 O'Clock Charlie takes the bandstand.
Vandermark learned from them on the bandstand and in the tour van, and in return elevated their music among younger listeners.
Joining in will by vibraphonist Dan Neville, one of the musicians in the nonprofit’s Emerging Artists program, which invites promising young players to share in the old jazz tradition of learning on the bandstand.
And there's even a tradition of calling tunes from the bandstand.
There were no discussions or other acknowledgments of the politics of music making or the ways musicians might assert creative freedom off the bandstand.
Crowds typically number in the thousands, including those who opt to pay up to $20 to dance on a floor the center installs under the bandstand.
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