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February 3, 2010

WHO dat sittin in the NOMAF office?

It’s none other than Carlo Nuccio– who wrote and recorded the original “Who Dat” more than 25 years ago and  has just created  “Glory Bound,” an update of the song as a benefit for the NOMC. His fantastic new song features  Aaron Neville, who sang “Who Dat” the first time around, and Theresa Andersson, along …

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October 6, 2009

6th Annual Provincetown Jazz Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The 6th Annual Provincetown Jazz Festival™ will be held on August 13 – 15, 2010 at the Provincetown High School in Provincetown, Massachusetts. For 2010, the festival will celebrate the survival and revival of New Orleans Jazz as we commemorate the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

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September 9, 2009

Medical clinic that services musicians runs out of grant money

NEW ORLEANS – Cristian Duque relies more heavily on his hands than you may think. A?professional, full-time musician, Duque?plays to pay the bills. “It’s always tough, always wondering will?I have enough gigs this week, this month, this?year. There’s no retirement plan, no insurance,” he said. Now with a wife and a 10-month-old baby in tow, …

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April 30, 2009

New Orleans Jazz Society of Tokyo Presents NOMC With $15,000 Gift

New Orleans Jazz Society of Tokyo Presents $15,000 Gift to New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic During 1st Annual Ponderosa Stomp Music Conference In honor of the 10th Anniversary of the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic (NOMC) which has provided health care services to more than 1500 local musicians during the last decade, Mikio Shoji, Chairman of the …

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August 1, 2007

Times Square to Jackson Square

Katrina Evacuee Cycles Home to Big Easy NEW YORK, August 2007 – Forced from his home by Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans native Pearce Grieshaber will pedal his way back home from New York City. Grieshaber leaves Times Square at 9:00 am on August 29, marking the second anniversary of the disaster, and will ride his …

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August 1, 2007

Musicians Hit Streets in Silent Protest

New Orleans, LA – August, 2007 – New Orleans musicians will join forces for a “Musicians Solidarity Second Line” on Sunday, August 26. The procession will start at Noon in Armstrong Park and proceed to Jackson Square where music industry leaders will speak in protest of the current state of the local music scene.

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January 26, 2007

Big Easy Blowout

Mardi Gras Celebrations to Benefit New Orleans Charities New Orleans, January 2007 –The City of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast have given the rest of the world tremendous gifts of music, culture, cuisine, art, and much more.  Relief efforts have continued since Katrina but it hasn’t been enough to get the area functioning to …

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