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Veteran rocker returns to his first love -- jazz

By Sarah M. Taylor
Globe Correspondent / July 9, 2006

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He's had the blues, the reds, and the pinks. Jay Geils has loved jazz and blues since he was a kid. He started playing trumpet when he was 8, but switched to guitar in high school when the Chicago blues scene was tearing through the country in the 1960s. The reason? He thought he wasn't a good enough player for ... (Full article: 660 words)

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