We like to keep our fingers on the pulse of the greatest music on the planet. This venture would be frankly remiss without Adam Schatz at Search and Restore (check his interview on Episode 5 of The Crisman Show). I want to share with you a letter from our friend on how you can help further the cause of living jazz. Please take a moment to enjoy his hard work, and consider throwing monetary love their way.
This year has been madness for me with Search & Restore, last year’s fundraiser allowed me to focus on running the non-profit full time, and we just launched the new website as a result. Search and Restore is loaded with awesome videos we’ve shot throughout scene this year. It’s a dynamic point of discovery for the new jazz & improvised music community, and I’d love to know what you think of it!
Crisman’s Note: Search and Restore provides hours of entertainment and musical discovery. These guys are not kidding around.
Now we’re fundraising for 2012, with a tremendous goal of $200,000 which we’re trying to reach by December 19th. Aside from helping the organization and community grow tremendously, the funds raised will also save my life, because I’ll be able to hire a few full time employees before I explode from doing the work of 5 people. The fundraiser is happening online and it lives at Jazz2012.com
If you’re down to contribute, it would mean the world to me, a $25 or more donation will get you a unique download compilation featuring music from artists throughout the scene as a reward.
Thanks so much for checking this out, I wouldn’t be reaching out unless this was something that I truly believed it, and I’d love it if you were a part of it all! Word of mouth is supreme as well, so if you feel like sending the http://Jazz2012.com link to anyone who you think might me interested, or throwing it up on Facebook, I would appreciate it.