The sultry sounds of saxophone haunt Indianapolis like a ghost.
Trumpet and trombone echo in downtown neighborhoods where the best jazz musicians in the world once played. Deep rhythms of bass and drum reverberate in the memories of audience members who once grooved and tapped with the beat.
The city’s jazz heritage started on downtown’s Indiana Avenue and has mostly died out.
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