Helping Musicians In Need


Helping Musicians In Need

Chazz Dixon, a dear friend of The Jazz Network Family could use our help.

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Latest Activity: Nov 13, 2014

How we can help....

Back in February of this year he was in a tragic car accident and broke his neck. He has been fighting through his healing with all that he is. I wanted to share this news with all of you in that, if you felt so inclined to donate whatever you can to his life right now it would keep his spirits up and his spirit strong to keep the faith that the healing is in place. Even if you gave one dollar with all of us here, we could give him a little peace and less possible worry as he progresses. Go to and use email address or use his mailing address of:

Chazz Dixon
P.O. Box 1808
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1808
To send an email:

Having to be present in thoughts for a healing, one doesn't need financial woes on top of it. If you can help, it would help a life of a very dear friend to The Jazz Network.

I picked a video that touches my heart regarding Chazz and his level of faith for a strong comeback. We are all routing for you Chazz. Stay lifted!!

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Started by Chazz Dixon. Last reply by marlene weller Oct 23, 2009. 4 Replies


Started by Chazz Dixon. Last reply by Dena Taylor Sep 8, 2009. 4 Replies


Started by Owana Salazar. Last reply by Jaijai Jackson Aug 23, 2009. 1 Reply

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Comment by Jaijai Jackson on September 14, 2009 at 12:06am
I hope that those of you that could help Chazz in any way did so, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your gracious generosities.

Comment by Dena Taylor on September 8, 2009 at 4:26pm
Chazz ... you do what you need to do in order to nuture yourself! Yours is not a short road coming and it will be one of tests and discovery, frustrations and celebrations, anger and supreme joy. Hmmmm .. not unlike like in general!!! But you're on the road none-the-less and you are a survivor so answer the phone when you feel like and don't when you don't, take as many opportunites to smile as needed but also let the tears come as well. Trust your spirit .. it wants to see you go the distance and will not let you down!

Took me two years to relearn how to walk and talk again after my accident. I'm still working on the thinking side of things! :-)

Godspeed, Chazz!

Comment by Geri Lee Arie on September 6, 2009 at 7:01am
Dear Chazz, I don't know you but your music has a wonderful spirit and. I want to sen best wishes to you for your health and happiness. Stay strong and God Bless.
Comment by Jaijai Jackson on August 27, 2009 at 12:06pm
Please make note there were some glitches with the original email address supplied for please use if you are so inclined to help.

Thank you so much.
Comment by Glennda Hill on August 27, 2009 at 11:50am
I'm new to the Jazz Network and love what you do. To Chazz...I've added you to my prayer list,brotha. God's blessings on you and your family :-) !
Comment by Patti Wicks on August 26, 2009 at 5:31am
Dear Chazz,
I want to add my blessings and healing thoughts to those already with you and on their way. Though my donation can only be tiny at this time, I trust that it will be of help somehow.

I was wondering if you have contacted the Jazz Foundation of America?
Wishing you blessings as you finish your journey back to health and may God hold you in the palm of his hand every step of the way.

Comment by Clifton Joseph Warren on August 25, 2009 at 4:14pm
Anytime, bro. From one Pro musician to another, I know the weirdest things do happen to all of us and its sad that it takes one's catastrophe to get people together, but ironically it wakes us up by letting us know that NO MAN IS AN ISLAND. Be blessed, my man.
Comment by Chazz Dixon on August 25, 2009 at 11:43am
I want to sincerely thank each of you for your love. I can't even begin to express how uplifting your posts are. Just the fact that you would even take the time is chilling.
Thank you all so very very much,

Jai you're absolutely super, you're kindness is unequalled.
Comment by Clifton Joseph Warren on August 25, 2009 at 9:16am
Hope is just around the corner. August is the most depressing month of the year, it seems, but the good news is I got a gig September the 4th. It's a small start, but it will allow me to give whatever I can. Please hang in there, Chazz, as I am trying to hang in there as well. And Jai Jai, thank you sincerely for lifting me up in prayers.
Comment by DERICK POLK on August 24, 2009 at 3:23pm
Chazz. I will put you in my thoughts and prayers. Right now I am unable financially to help but if my situation changes I will then do what i can.

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