Champion Jack Dupree

A two-part radio documentary (with breaks each half-hour) about Champion Jack Dupree, a New Orleans piano player with quite a story: as an important tie to the boogie woogie piano players of Storyville; a boxer, an expatriate during the Jim Crow south and a man who came home (for a visit) many years later to see a change, more inclusive United States.

Champion Jack Dupree (photo: Dick Waterman)

[audioalbum title=”Champion Jack Dupree: Audio Documentary” detail=”Produced by George Ingmire and Dave Ankers for WWOZ” date=”2016″]

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