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James Morrison and Sanity.com set to put on the worlds biggest web jam

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Jazz fans from around the globe are invited to jam with Australian Jazz multi-instrumentalist James Morrison live on the Internet. On February 18th at 2pm, a one-hour James Morrison concert will feature 'The World's Biggest Jam' where fans in front of their computers, can jam live with James and his Sextet then enter their recordings for the worldwide competition. James has especially arranged 2 of his original charts Sydney By Night from “Postcards From Downunder" & “The Master Plan" from Manner Dangerous for 'The World's Biggest Jam', which will be streamed live from the Sain Bar in Melbourne, Australia to all corners of the world, thanks to Microsoft Windows Media technology.

The website and event will allow fans to play along with James and the band live, record it, make their own mix and enter a competition by submitting their music online through the website. Or you can just sit back and enjoy the event in the comfort of your home or office.

Apart from being a world first, Australian entries will have a chance to win a guest appearance performing live with James Morrison at a future gig. Judging will be in the following categories.



Australia / New Zealand 16 and under
Australia / New Zealand over 16
International 16 and under
International over 16



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