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With Seeking Wonderland, jazz meets the GOP primaries

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It’s not uncommon for a DJ to combine forces with a jazz band. Seeking Wonderland is such a group. But as with any musical group, it’s the musicianship and the ideas that matter. And while I can’t claim to be an expert on jazz or music of any kind, the members of Seeking Wonderland have both the chops, and something to say.

Here, they use a classic jazz tune to take on our political scene and then do a really nice musical take on The Interview Show itself:

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