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Straight No Chaser - A Jazz Show


Straight No Chaser is the place for jazz lovers (and those who will soon be jazz lovers) to enjoy podcasts with their favorite music and artists. Winner of the 2017 JazzTimes Readers' Poll for Best Podcast, your host Jeffrey Siegel will take you inside the world of jazz, from the new releases to the best festiva;s to remembrances of jazz legends.

A Message From The Jazz Foundation

Nov 5, 2012

Who would have thought after Katrina that it's been 7 years and we're still getting the musicians of New Orleans back on their feet, and that now musicians in NYC would be needing help because of a hurricane.

It's so much worse than one might have imagined. Aside from the most obvious need of water, warmth, food and money, hundreds of musicians have lost gigs because of Sandy. Clubs are closed, and musicians haven't been able to travel out of town for work either. Lost gigs means no money for the rent. No money for the rent means the Jazz Foundation will be providing emergency assistance.

Donate here to help in their time of crisis: www.jazzfoundation.org/donate

There are so many individual emergency needs, and our amazing staff of social workers and advocates are qualified to assess and address the less obvious needs of those we visit. Today we are going back downtown with more of everything.

We need the Jazz and blues-loving community to pull together on this one. Here's the part where you can help:

If you know a musician that you are worried about or needs help, please email me at wendy@jazzfoundation.org and cc: Alisa@jazzfoundation.org and we will try to get to them.

It is clear that the Jazz Foundation needs donations now more than ever. Please get the word out and pass this on to your music loving friends. We've already gotten donations from Germany and London.

They've always been there for us - lifting us up, getting us through the roller coaster ride of being human - and now in their moments of darkness, we can give something back.

www.jazzfoundation.org/donate

Yours in service,
Wendy Oxenhorn