The Coker Legacy By Todd Steed • Jul 12, 2016 TweetShareGoogle+Email Jerry and Patti Coker have made a lasting impression on the Knoxville jazz scene. Their work in jazz education has worldwide implications. Todd Steed discusses their impact with Donald Brown, Kelle Jolly and Tom Johnson. Listen Listening... / 29:15 Part 1 Listen Listening... / 28:58 Part 2 Jerry Coker Tags: IMPROVISATIONSJerry CokerPatti CokerjazzTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Carla Bley Hits Milestone In Style By Todd Steed • May 11, 2016 On the occasion of her 80th birthday, jazz composer Carla Bley talks to Todd Steed about her latest projects. Also joining Carla is bassist Steve Swallow. Kamasi Washington Surfs The Waves of Success By Todd Steed • Mar 30, 2016 Kamasi Washington talks to Todd Steed about his Big Ears performance and his booming career. Mary Halvorson Talks Playing Solo By Todd Steed • Mar 29, 2016 Guitarist Mary Halvorson discusses the joys and challenges of playing solo. Halvorson is here in Knoxville this week as part of the Big Ears festival.