Justice for Jazz Artists

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Though an important part of NYC’s cultural heritage, even highly successful jazz musicians live precariously, often growing old in poverty.

NYC’s Birdland, Blue Note, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, the Iridium, the Jazz Standard and the Village Vanguard refuse to sign a collective bargaining agreement or pay into a pension fund that would help these artists to retire with dignity.

See Justice for Jazz Artists for more information.

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