Theodore Walter Rollins, Octogenarian

Sonny Rollins did as a jazz musician what Harry Callahan did as a photographer: he created a sabbatical for himself (two, actually) to do some “woodshedding.” He has a lot to say about creative work that applies directly to all of us:

“I’m still payin’ dues, even though I’m in the high cotton.”

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