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It is the first major jazz club in New York City to shut its doors permanently due to the coronavirus crisis. Its owners announced the club’s closing on Wednesday, after more than two decades. For more, go to: (Source)

Our guide to the greatest albums (Nos. 20-11) that emerged from a year’s worth of cacophony. For more, go to: (Source)

Watch the Grammy-nominated artist perform three songs from his album The Gospel According To PJ. For more, go to: (Source)

NPR Music speaks with the LA rapper, who struck a plea deal earlier this month resulting in his release from prison after a four-year legal battle. For more, go to: (Source)

Listen to seasonal performances by Loudon Wainwright III, Holly Cole, The Roches and more, all recorded live on the Mountain Stage. For more, go to: (Source)

On the darkest night of the year, the Paul Winter Consort celebrate the winter solstice at New York’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine. For more, go to: (Source)

From her home in Germany, the provocative American soprano delivers songs of introspection and freedom from Franz Schubert’s mountaintop epiphany to Billy Taylor’s wish for equality and justice. For more, go to: (Source)

NPR’s Rachel Martin talks to music writer Peter Guralnick about his anthology Looking to Get Lost: Adventures in Music. It’s a series of profiles of some of the great performers of the 20th century. For more, go to: (Source)

The Long Island R&B singer premieres a new song during his Tiny Desk quarantine concert. For more, go to: (Source)

Robert Mercurio, member of the band Galactic and co-owner of the New Orleans music venue Tipitina’s, tells NPR about how the pandemic will affect the future of live music. For more, go to: (Source)