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With his 80th birthday approaching on July 24, McPherson can’t avoid the topic of time, with Jazz at Lincoln Center celebrating him at a concert in early April. Still, 80 doesn’t mean what it used to, not with players like Roy Haynes, 93, Jimmy Heath, 92, and recently minted nonagenarians Benny Golson and Sheila Jordan still running around and performing elastic pointe shoe ribbons. “They were heroes of mine growing up, and I was the young boy on the scene,” McPherson said. “I’m feeling like I’m still the kid.”..
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