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In these anxious days, some among us may actually get sick and it is pretty clear that many of us are already "sick & tired." However, we must remain calm and stay focused. Pay attention to official channels and instructions. As a sound engineer in California put it, "The message is simple: you may be healthy, but others in your community may not be; following simple precautions may help save a life."

 

Since health is the theme of this message, we’d like to share three interesting stories with you. First, involves the great Philadelphia guitar legend, Pat Martino, who has not worked in over a year and needs our help. Next is the story of Philadelphia Jazz Project collaborator, journalist, Hiphop historian and artist, John Morrison who attempted to create music immediately after surviving a life threatening battle with viral encephalitis two years ago. And finally a reminder of PJP’s The Remedy Mixtape Project which features musical collaborations between jazz artists, healthcare workers and medical professionals.

 

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PAT MARTINO CAMPAIGN

Pat Martino Illustration SquareLegendary Philly Jazz guitarist, Pat Martino has not worked since late 2018 due to severe health issues and is struggling to keep financially afloat. He's exhausted his savings and reaches out to the Jazz community for help. To support this effort, from March 15th to March 30th, 2020, Philadelphia Jazz Project and Books & Stuff will donate 50% from the online sales of our recent book, Philadelphia Jazz Stories Illustrated: Volume One to the Pat Martino Fund.

 

 


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JOHN MORRISON'S MEMORABILIA

John Morrison's MemoribiliaTestifying how he believes ObamaCare saved his life, PJP collaborator, Hiphop journalist and musician, John Morrison shared his amazing story. Two years ago, he fell ill with what he thought was the flu. He was hospitalized with viral encephalitis: a deadly disease that can cause memory loss and even, brain damage. Trying to bring himself and his memory back, while still in a wheelchair, Morrison started to work on some music. He released a CD containing that music a week ago. It’s called Memorabilia.

 

 

 

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Remedy Mixtape SeriesThe Remedy Project is a musical collaboration between local Jazz MusiciansHealthcare Workers and Medical Professionals working together to create and interpret classic, as well as new and original music. This project acknowledges the critical role that these important people, our Healthcare Workers and Medical Professionals play in our personal lives, and in the life of our region.

 

 

 


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