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Tadataka Unno's earliest memories of his father playing Jazz records sparked his desire to pursue a career as a Jazz musician in New York City. Unno is well known around the world for his talents. Last fall, he was beaten so badly by a group of teens while coming out of the subway that it nearly ended his career. Doctors told Unno he’d likely never play the piano again. Less than a year later, Unno has proven those doctors wrong. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.
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