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Asian Heritage Jazz Festival to Return for Second Year

Michael Paulo, Grace Kelly and more set to perform

Saxophonists (from left to right) Ner de Leon, Justin Klunk, Michael Paulo, Danny Jung and Jeff Kashiwa jam out at last year's Asian Heritage Jazz Festival in Los Angeles

Apaulo Music Productions and the Japanese American Culture and Community Center will host the second Asian Heritage Jazz Festival in Los Angeles this Saturday, June 25, which will feature the largest lineup of Asian jazz artists in the history of the United States.

The festival, produced by saxophonist Michael Paulo, aims to celebrate and showcase the achievements of Asian-American jazz artists. It also serves as a venue to promote and develop young jazz artists who may be unable to perform at mainstream jazz festivals.

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