Why Copenhagen is becoming the global epicenter of jazz
The Copenhagen Jazz Festival ends this weekend in Denmark's capital. The organizers claim it’s the world’s biggest such event. Some musicians from the U.S. express envy that this quintessential American genre now thrives abroad, thanks to Danish government investment. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports on why the city’s jazz is attracting international attention.
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