Across Kansas City, venues will celebrate Charlie Parker’s influence on jazz. In 1948, Tommy Potter (from left), Charlie Parker, Miles Davis and Duke Jordan in 1948 at the Three Deuces club in New York City.
Across Kansas City, venues will celebrate Charlie Parker’s influence on jazz. In 1948, Tommy Potter (from left), Charlie Parker, Miles Davis and Duke Jordan in 1948 at the Three Deuces club in New York City. SONY VIDEO SOFTWARE File
Across Kansas City, venues will celebrate Charlie Parker’s influence on jazz. In 1948, Tommy Potter (from left), Charlie Parker, Miles Davis and Duke Jordan in 1948 at the Three Deuces club in New York City. SONY VIDEO SOFTWARE File

Jazz Town: Charlie Parker Celebration takes flight Thursday

August 13, 2015 3:00 AM

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