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

Blaise Lantana blaise.lantana at riomail.maricopa.edu
Wed Aug 2 02:17:36 EDT 2006

Hello Andy,

I'm interested in airing the Dirty Dozen Katrina Special on Friday before
labor day, August 31st.

I'll have to listen to it first to make a call on whether or not we air it.



Blaise Lantana

Music Director

KJZZ Phoenix

91.5 Fm



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I am very excited to announce this new one-hour radio special featuring

music 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.


Andy Cahn

cahnmedia at comcast.net







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



DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND: GOING ON AGAIN is hosted by New Orleans resident


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