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Preservation : an album to benefit Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program

More than twenty of American music's most exciting artists traveled to Preservation Hall in New Orleans to collaborate with the PHJB on classic New Orleans repertoire, creating this special compilation album to raise funds for Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program. Features Ani DiFranco, Tom Waits, Pete Seeger, Merle Haggard, Louis Armstrong, the Blind Boys of Alabama, and more.

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  • "Album to benefit Preservation Hall & the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program"
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  • "Album to benefit Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program"@en
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  • "The complete roster of artists includes: Louis Armstrong, Andrew Bird, Terence Blanchard, Pete Seeger, Dr. John, Blind Boys of Alabama, Brandi Carlile, Cory Chisel, Ani DiFranco, Steve Earle, Merle Haggard, Richie Havens, Jason Isbell, Jim James, Angelique Kidjo, Amy LaVere, Anita Briem, Del McCoury, Buddy Miller, Paolo Nutini, and Tom Waits. Over the last year, more than 20 of American music s most exciting artists traveled to Preservation Hall in New Orleans to collaborate with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on classic New Orleans repertoire. The end result is a timeless and joyous celebration of New Orleans music. Proceeds from the sale of the project will benefit Preservation Hall and The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program. The album is set for release on Fat Tuesday, February 16, 2010 in standard CD, deluxe edition and double-LP collectible formats. Preservation Hall, located in the French Quarter just three blocks from the Mississippi River, remains the intimate venue it originally was when it opened in 1961 as a performance space dedicated to honoring, celebrating and perpetuating New Orleans jazz. Originally erected as a Spanish Tavern in the 1750s, Preservation Hall is a modest French Quarter structure. The building has no running water or air conditioning, and the only seating accommodations are six benches and a few cushions strewn about the worn wooden floor. Its raw and weather-beaten exterior remains unpainted. A half-century later, Preservation Hall continues to ensure the cultural legacy and the future of this beautiful tradition by allowing young and old to collaborate together. In the spirit of New Orleans, legendary and emerging artists donated their time to travel to New Orleans to record this special compilation album benefiting Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program."
  • "More than twenty of American music's most exciting artists traveled to Preservation Hall in New Orleans to collaborate with the PHJB on classic New Orleans repertoire, creating this special compilation album to raise funds for Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program. Features Ani DiFranco, Tom Waits, Pete Seeger, Merle Haggard, Louis Armstrong, the Blind Boys of Alabama, and more."@en

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  • "Benefit performances"
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  • "Jazz vocals"
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  • "Dixieland music"@en
  • "Dixieland music"
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  • "Jazz"

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  • "Preservation an album to benefit Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program"
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  • "Preservation an album to benefit Preservation Hall & the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program"@en
  • "Preservation an album to benefit Preservation Hall & the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program"

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