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Marc Myers - Why Jazz Happened

He's a writer for the Wall Street Journal, he writes the most popular jazz blog in the world and now you can see him in person.

Come learn the 7 reasons why jazz happened.

Marc Myers – “Why Jazz Happened” Lecture May 30th

Wall Street Journal writer Marc Myers is coming to JAZZ.FM91 on May 30th to present a multi-media lecture presentation entitled, “Why Jazz Happened.”  Based on his acclaimed book of the same name, Marc will discuss the social history of jazz and outline the “7 Reasons Why Jazz Happened.”

The event will take place on Thursday, May 30th at 7:00pm in the Long & McQuade Performance Hall. Attendees will also receive a copy of “Why Jazz Happened.”

Tickets to this event are available as a Thank-You Gift when you donate $91.1 or more. Your donation will also include a $50 tax receipt.  To make your donation and reserve your spot, visit www.jazz.fm/donate or call 1-800-811-2400.

Award-winning journalist, author, and blogger Marc Myers is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal, where he writes about jazz, rock, soul, and rhythm & blues as well as art and architecture. He blogs daily at for the most popular jazz blog in the world, www.JazzWax.com. The blog was recently the winner of the Jazz Journalists Association's Blog of the Year Award.

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Details:

Marc Myers
“Why Jazz Happened” Lecture Presentation
Thursday, May 30, 7:00-8:30pm
Long & McQuade Performance Hall
Tickets are available as a Thank-You Gift when you donate $91.1 or more.

www.jazz.fm/donate

1-800-811-2400

 

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