Let's Create The Jazz Network Worldwide Award Show!!

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Let's Create The Jazz Network Worldwide Award Show!!

I'm sick and tired of seeing that Jazz doesn't get its due at the Grammy's, It's time we all come together and have a strong voice... Who's with me?

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Comment by Bruce C on February 15, 2009 at 6:39pm
Anna Fisher is right on the "money"...while advertising lobbyists, and panderers foist their "taste" and "values" by controlling the primetime media broadcasts...we must start our own venue...without the tv coverage..perhaps do it with a "netcast" that reaches far more viewers than "primetime" spin-fed "mac-grammy' TV show( did you want fries with that order?). Time to stand up and put jazz on the "front burner" and get rid of the phoney hype for the "gangstas with the grills"....nuf said....always b
Comment by Victor Orlando on February 14, 2009 at 5:53pm
Hello Ms. Petersen, this is the Congo Player from last Sunday's GRAMMY Party at the Hollywood Studio Bar and Grille. I just saw you on TJN, Jai Jai featured me and my C.D. last week. Did you hear the C.D.how did you like it? Give me a call when you get a minute. Thanks,take care, Victor Orlando.
Comment by DOLORES PETERSEN on February 14, 2009 at 5:06pm
Count me in.
You know what I've been up against. Oooow Weee!

www.myspace.com/hollywoodstudiojazz
Comment by Anna Fisher on February 14, 2009 at 2:28pm
Jazz is honored in the preteleviseed ceremony along with world, reggae, classical and gospel, children's and other categories that aren't "paid for" advertising. Forgive my sarcasm but after attending the pretelevised segment which was actually longer than the televised and then the televised the agenda is not secret! Money talks!
Also more voting members would help.
Highly political by any standards but getting nominated in 2006 with Third World for an album we did was very cool! Getting to attend was even better! It was their tenth nomination never winning. It is what it is and when you tune in, advertising minutes are worth more dollars and for artists, it's truly the greatest and most prestigious award we have not to mention best recognized worldwide. Last year, Herbie Hancock was honored big, first time in 50 years:
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/12/arts/music/12gramm.html
Comment by Stan The Man on February 14, 2009 at 7:22am
Jazz is one of the mothers of all music! Why not Grammys?

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Comment by Mario Pompei on February 14, 2009 at 2:57am
Thanks for the invite...very honored
Comment by victor valente on February 13, 2009 at 9:17am
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Comment by victor valente on February 13, 2009 at 7:58am
Thanks for the Invite

God Bless
Comment by Gary Harris on February 12, 2009 at 10:03pm
The Jazz Network gets better everytime I come here. I say lets go for it. I'll take one of those. Thank You!
Comment by Simply J.P. on February 12, 2009 at 10:01pm
I am an active member of NARAS, that host the Grammy's and as many of us that are members should take a stand and sign a petition in support of Jazz involvement during the Grammy's awards/performances. We can talk about, but we need to have our voices heard, there are contacts available on the Grammy's site, just don't stop at that, contact Society of Singers, Jazz Society of America, Musicares, get all of these organizations involved and behind our efforts and causes.

Peace, Love and Harmony
J.P.
 

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