22 Jazz Musicians Performed on Nov. 8th
In Concert to End Homelessness
On Saturday November 8, 2014, the Salem Roadhouse Cafe presented Love Notes Jazz Marathon for the Homeless with twenty-two Jazz greats performing in a continuous four-hour show. More than 200 people attended the event.
Herb Glenn, a self-taught multi-talented inspiration to the arts and cultural community, took 130 photos of the Love Notes Jazz Marathon.
Click here to view the photos on SmugMug.
Mr. Glenn also posted 17 videos from the event. In this one Rev. Howard Bryant, Townley Presbyterian Church sings Stormy Monday.
Click here to view all of the videos on SmugMug.
All proceeds from the event benefited Monarch Housing’s work to end homelessness in New Jersey.
The Love Notes Jazz Marathon helped to focus attention on the 13,900 men, women and children who were homeless on January 28, 2014. We can and must end homelessness in NJ. Events like the Love Notes Jazz Marathon not only help to raise money but also awareness. Monarch thanks everyone who participated and attended the Love Notes Jazz Marathon.
Said Richard W. Brown.
Next year’s Love Notes Jazz Marathon will be on November 14, 2015.