In Our Thoughts and Prayers

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James Moody
Arriving home from work tonight, I was saddened to learn that saxophonist James Moody—one of the few remaining survivors of the Golden Age of Jazz—has been battling pancreatic cancer since February.

He and wife Linda informed fans yesterday of the situation, as reported so poignantly in the San Diego Tribune. He has elected not to have radiation or chemotherapy.

In George Vargas's report, Moody's wife, Linda, says the NEA Jazz Master, now 85, still plays his tenor saxophone and flute several times a week for varying lengths of time,depending on his energy level ,at his San Diego home.

Thanks for all you've done, Moody. You're loved.


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