Jazz legend Sonny Rollins and his ensemble perform at Opus 40, with Rollins choosing the site because he felt the monument embodied Saxophone Colossus, his nickname and the title of his seminal 1956 album, and would provide a unique backdrop for an open-air jazz concert. The concert would be remembered (by VICE and others) not only for its world premiere of his new single “G-Man” but also for the artist’s dramatic fall, and his response to it — Rollins missed the landing on a mid-solo jump from the rock stage and landed heavily on the stone surface six feet below, breaking his heel; after a brief and tense pause, he continued to play while lying on his back.