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Terence Blanchard set to play Durham's 'Carolina Theatre' / WUNC interview

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Jazz trumpet player and composer Terence Blanchard has worn many hats. As a kid growing up in New Orleans, he played alongside childhood friend Wynton Marsalis. In the 1980s he performed alongside jazz great Art Blakey, and in the 1990s, Blanchard began scoring films for director Spike Lee. Today he continues to develop his jazz style with his band The E-Collective.  Blanchard performs with The E-Collective at 8 p.m. Friday, May 6 at The Carolina Theatre in Durham as a part of the Art of Cool Fest. 

WUNC: Chapel Hill NC Host Frank Stasio talks with Blanchard about his years in the music industry and his latest album "Breathless.