How This Top Jazz Drummer Spends His Sundays

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New York|How This Top Jazz Drummer Spends His SundaysWillie Jones III starts the day with basketball and ends it going to one of his favorite clubs to “just listen.” (O.K., sometimes he’ll play.) Willie Jones III, in his home studio in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesSlide 1 of 7 1/7Willie Jones III, in his home studio in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesSlide 2 of 7 2/7Mr. Jones, right, plays pick-up basketball with his friend and fellow musician, Brandon Sanders.Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesSlide 3 of 7 3/7Mr. Jones, right, prepares his concert schedule with his wife, Zooey Tidal Jones, who is a publicist, and his neighbor, Duane Harriott, who is a D.J. and producer.Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesSlide 4 of 7 4/7“I put on music, either jazz or 70s soul. If it’s jazz it could be Art Blakey or Max Roach or Lee Morgan or anything that features Billy Higgins. If it’s soul it’ll be Marvin Gaye or Minnie Riperton or Donny Hathaway.”Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesSlide 5 of 7 5/7Mr. Jones talks with some Juilliard students.Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesSlide 6 of 7 6/7Mr. and Mrs. Jones.Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesSlide 7 of 7 7/7Brunch at the Smith. “It’s one of my favorite breakfast spots because I know what to get: the caramelized French toast with bananas.”Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York TimesWillie Jones III knows it’s not ea

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