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A Great Night in Harlem – Sept. 28, 2002

If any of you live or plan to visit New York this month, this event is sure to knock your socks off. For the second year, The Jazz Foundation of America presents their star-studded concert benefit for the Jazz Musicians’ Emergency Fund.

Bill Cosby will be among the celebrity hosts
Performances from over 50 of the greatest jazz legends including:

Clark Terry, Freddie Hubbard, George Benson, Cecil Payne, Abbey Lincoln, Ron Carter, Lou Donaldson, Ray Barretto, Jimmy Heath, Joe Lovano, Keter Betts, Candido, Billy Bang, Hamiet Bluiett, and many more…

Honorees include Congressman John Conyers, Jack McConnell, Jimmy Owens, Max Roach and Clark Terry

The Jazz Foundation of America is a not-for-profit, 501 (C ) (3) created in 1989 to help ensure that the musicians who have spent their lives bringing jazz to life are taken care of in their later years.

For tickets please contact the
Jazz Foundation of America (212) 245-3999
Apollo Theater — September 24, 2001:
Our benefit concert at the legendary Apollo Theater to support the efforts of the Jazz Musicians’ Emergency Fund September 24, 2001 was most definitely “A Great Night in Harlem.” The concert featured performances from over 50 musicians. Jazz aficionados filled the seats of the Apollo from over 10 states. Some fans even traveled from other countries. The music was dedicated to the victims of the September 11, 2001 tragedy with a portion of ticket sales going to relief efforts.

For the first time in history, the entire Jazz Industry came together to support the musicians: heads of record companies, jazz magazines, BMI, ASCAP, artist management, radio stations, jazz journalists, photographers and more, all came together to raise about $250,000-enough to run the JMEF for an entire year!

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