The Last Jazz Band
by Charles Boeckman
You’ve come to the right place to hear about a delightful, insightful novel involving the hot jazz of traditional New Orleans, when carving contests focused on musical instruments and not on knives. It was the mid-1940′s, right after WWII. It features a group of zany musicians who can’t let go of the beat, the rhythm, and the soul stirring creativity of two-beat New Orleans Dixieland jazz.