What better way to celebrate the country’s first African American president than with a concert (or two) featuring the country’s first authentic art music — Jazz! It’s woven into the fabric of our culture like a colorful silk thread. Martin Luther King Jr. called it America’s “triumphant music.” Tonight, at the Kennedy Center in D.C., some of the greats of jazz, including Dave Brubeck, gathered to sing and celebrate. I put together a little collection of photos, posters and album covers. I LOVE the one of Josephine Baker. And the one of Ray Charles makes me smile. I saw him nearly 20 years ago at the Ventura Theatre, complete with the Rayettes donning sunglasses. So much cool.