Harlem's jazz community serves as the backdrop for a musical murder probe dealing with the rights to a legendary jazz hit, "6 A.M." Whoever legitimately penned the chartbuster would be set for life, providing a classic motive. Therefore, jazz history is on the line when Henry and Jo investigate the murder of jazz saxophonist Pepper Evans' son. Simultaneously, bittersweet memories come flooding back to Henry, Jo and Pepper as they reflect on their father-child relationships. Meanwhile Henry, always a big fan of classical music, and Abe, a jazz enthusiast since he was a youngster, have a keyboard face-off as Abe tries to teach Henry to appreciate a new, more emotional kind of music.
Did You Know?
The Neil Young's quote by detective Hanson ("It's better to burn out than fade away") is also said by the Kurgan in the movie "Highlander", an another story about immortal men. See more
Are you planning on charging my client with a crime? If not, I don't know what we're doing here
Lt. Joanna Reece
I'm entitled to hold on to your client for 72 hours and I intend to enjoy every one of those hours!
Written by Josh Kramon See more