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Topic - Terence Blanchard
When four-time Grammy Award-winning jazz trumpeter Terence Blanchard closes the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, accompanying him Sunday will be two young artists hoping to glean a bit of insider information from a veteran performer who's allowing them a rare glimpse of what their lives could look like.
Blanchard said he got involved with teaching to help young people gain a sense of how the music industry works.
"At some point, I was seeing that no one was there to tell them some things," he said.