Karen Engstrom / Chicago Tribune
September 18, 2014
June 5, 1992: Jazz lovers disembark the "Metra Jazz Train," which runs from downtown Chicago to Ravinia's Jazz in June and plays live tunes on the way to the country's oldest summer music festival. Jazz in June kicked off Ravinia's 1992 season and featured performances by Joe Williams, Diane Schuur and Wynton Marsalis. The 10-day celebration also boasted fireworks and a world premiere of Gerry Mulligan's "Re-Birth of the Cool," a rendition of the album he recorded with Miles Davis.