The Jazz Session Needs Your Help to Survive


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BROOKLYN, NY—The Jazz Session, the online interview show, needs members to continue. The show, which was started four years ago by host and producer Jason Crane, has been downloaded more than 1.1 million times and features interviews with established masters and up-and-coming artists. Listeners can become members at thejazzsession.com/join.

“This show has been a labor of love for the past four years," said Crane. “I still love it, but now I need some financial support for the labor part."

Crane started the “100 by 300" campaign last fall with the goal of getting 100 members by the 300th show, which will air August 11, 2011. Memberships are available in both monthly and yearly amounts, starting at $10/month or $110/year.

“I get so many email messages and social media messages each week telling me how much people love the show," said Crane. “That's wonderful and I sincerely appreciate that support, but now I need some of those people to turn that moral support into financial support."

In addition to recognition on the show and at the show's web site, thejazzsession.com, members also get access to special content not available to the general public, such as exclusive interviews and performances.

Click here to support The Jazz Session.
[ ed. note: The Jazz Session also appears at All About Jazz and the entire archive can be accessed here. Please support Jason and his important, one-of-a-kind interview program. ]

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