Profile: Tad Hershorn

Archivist, Rutgers

Tad Hershorn has written about and photographed jazz since the late 1960s and has published the book Norman Granz: The Man Who Used Jazz for Justice, U. Cal. Press (2011). He received a Master's degree in history from George Mason University, followed by an M.L.S. from the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in archives and manuscripts.

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Can Jazz Thrive in China?

Earlier this summer, the famed New York City jazz club Blue Note announced that it would be opening a venue in the basement of the old American Embassy in Beijing. In addition to the Beijing club, Blue Note expects to push ahead with new operations in Shanghai and Taipei in coming years.

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