Jazz In The White House, Martha Redbone, iTunes Inheritance

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Today on Soundcheck: The R&B singer Martha Redbone has set the poems of William Blake to the sounds of Appalachian folk music. Redbone performs some of that music in the studio.

Then, a look at a very 21st century problem: Where does your digital music collection go when you die? We talk with reporter Quentin Fottrell of SmartMoney.com and our resident copyright expert, Jonathan Reichman, a.k.a. The Copy Cat.

And saxophonist Paul Winter joins us to talk about how, 50 years ago today, his sextet brought jazz to the White House for the very first time, at the request of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.