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August 20, 2014 7:00 AM

Jazz Town: Walk of Fame dedication will be Saturday

The Walk of Fame will start in front of the American Jazz Museum, with six bronze medallions honoring bandleaders Count Basie and Jay McShann, pianist and composer Mary Lou Williams, saxophonist Charlie Parker, guitarist Pat Metheny and alto saxophonist Bobby Watson.

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