[JPL] Dirty Dozen Brass Band / Katrina anniversary radio special

dkunian at bellsouth.net dkunian at bellsouth.net
Tue Aug 1 14:39:53 EDT 2006


Would love to air it for Labor Day weekend or on the anniversary of the storm.  Please send it to 

David Kunian - WWOZ-FM New Orleans
4120 Laurel St.
New Orleans, LA 70115.

I have talked with the program director and he wants to air it during the day in conjunction with a performance by the DDBB.  I will air it at night on my show.
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> From: "Andy Cahn" <cahnmedia at comcast.net>
> Date: 2006/08/01 Tue PM 02:14:56 EDT
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Subject: [JPL] Dirty Dozen Brass Band / Katrina anniversary radio special
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> I am very excited to announce this new one-hour radio special featuring
> music and commentary by the Dirty Dozen Brass Band to commemorate the
> one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina (Aug 29).
> 
> Please let me know your plans to air this program either on Aug 29 or
> over Labor Day weekend.  CDs will be ready to ship in mid-August.
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> Andy Cahn
> cahnmedia at comcast.net
> 215-279-7632
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> DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND: GOING ON AGAIN
>        
> This new music-intensive one-hour special features the Dirty Dozen Brass
> Band’s unique tribute to their New Orleans home on the one-year
> anniversary of Hurricane Katrina (Aug 29) - an uplifting,
> emotionally-charged reinterpretation of Marvin Gaye's classic protest
> album, "What's Going On." 
> 
> The Dirty Dozen Brass Band performs these songs and other New Orleans
> classics live.  Band members discuss both the enduring resonance of
> Gaye's message, and the significance of music for New Orleans and its
> residents today in Katrina’s wake.
> 
> Please consider airing this program on August 29th or over Labor Day
> Weekend.
> 
> DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND: GOING ON AGAIN is hosted by New Orleans resident
> Harry Shearer, host of the nationally-syndicated public radio program
> "Le Show" and star of "The Simpsons", "This is Spinal Tap" and "A Mighty
> Wind."
> 
> Host: Harry Shearer
> Producer: Tres Hombres (Paul Rappaport, Jym Fahey, Mitch Maketansky)
> Contact: Andy Cahn, cahnmedia at comcast.net, 215-279-7632
> Length: One hour with breaks for local spots
> Terms: Available for all USA broadcasters to air at no cost
> Spots: No barter spots are built into the show
> 
> More details will be updated online at:
> http://cahnmedia.blogspot.com/2006/01/specials.html
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> The Millennial Territory Orchestra is:  Steven Bernstein (trumpet, slide trumpet), Ben Allison (bass) Peter Apfelbaum (tenor) Charlie Burnham (violin) Clark Gayton (trombone), Erik Lawrence (baritone, soprano) Matt Munisteri (guitar, banjo, vocal), Ben Perowsky (drums) Doug Wieselman (clarinet, tenor saxophone) and special guest Doug Wamble (guitar, vocal) on ''Signed, Sealed &amp; Delivered''
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> Garrett Shelton at Sunnyside Records  - garrett at sunnysiderecords.com
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