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Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey with Jere B: How the Music Industry Can Help!

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We are eager to start the show tomorrow with fresh insight and new gratitude for all that we have.  The world has seen death and destruction, a lack of leadership and common goals coming together - all in a space of a few weeks.  Jere B and I will start this special episode at FOUR p.m. Eastern time.  We need to discuss so much!  It's certainly important to stress how artists can become better stewards of their own musical journeys - Jere B covers this lovingly in The EntreMusician.  On his Facebook pages and via the web.  We MUST take back our financial security from industry predators.  But we ALSO must give back generously to those in greater need.  We are going to throw several balls into the air on September 28th - and we're going to juggle them.  Because ALL of this needs to get covered.  How we can serve our cause and how we can SERVE.  Regarding service (and there IS a reason why I call myself Radio Geisha on Twitter!), we will share musical outpourings of generousity  We are finding benefits that have been organized for Puerto Rico - two of them are happening in October and you need to know about them.  

Please know that YOUR input as artists and those involved in music is important to both Jere B and me.  The number to call is 323 - 843 - 6172.  We will start taking calls about your experiences in the business - or ways to help others - or any input that you have - starting at 4:05 or so.  We'll see which direction the conversation goes during this show and follow the lead, organically.  If there is passion in a caller's subject, we'll focus on that.  This is a show for YOU to express what is necessary.  We have to collectively figure out ways to make a wrong RIGHT.  So that everybody can feel better about creating and making music.  Your support is critical to continue.  Thank you!

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