The Genius of Coltrane: Player and Composer
Born in North Carolina in 1926, saxophone player and composer John Coltrane spent over a decade in Philadelphia and then moved to New York. WRTI's Susan Lewis considers the impact of Coltrane, who expanded the boundaries of jazz with a wide range of styles.
Coltrane’s house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1999. Efforts to preserve the house are ongoing.