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Christian McBride is no stranger to the main stage at the Newport Jazz Festival and this year he'll again be up there in a trio with pianist Chick Corea and drummer Brian Blade.
 he'll also be turning his attention to a new role backstage as he takes over as artistic director from festival founder George Wein.
The virtuoso bassist said Newport continues to be among the top festivals in the world, and he's approaching his new role with the adage "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."
Wein founded the jazz festival in 1954 after tobacco heiress Elaine Lorillard asked him to liven up the quiet summer scene in the resort town dotted with Gilded Age mansions.
Next weekend's jazz fest, now held at the International Tennis Hall of Fame and at Fort Adams overlooking Narragansett Bay, is also scheduled to include performances by Gregory Porter, Norah Jones, Galactic and Angélique Kidjo.
While he is stepping away from duties picking the lineup at the jazz festival, he will remain involved.
Saxophonist and composer Joe Lovano said Wein's contribution to music can be seen today in other outdoor festivals, not to mention the many memorable performances in Newport.
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Leadership is changing at the Newport Jazz festival, where festival founder George Wein (ween) is turning over artistic direction next year to virtuoso bassist Christian McBride.
McBride has performed regularly at Newport since 1991 and appears Friday in a trio with pianist Chick Corea and drummer Brian Blade.
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