The Freight & Salvage will be alive with jazz and goodwill on Sunday, Oct. 8, as members of the SFJazz Collective and others perform a benefit Juntos por Puerto Rico concert for the victims of Hurricane Maria. Some high-powered players will be performing, with most of the SFJazz Collective, including Obed Calvaire on drums, Robin Eubanks on trombone, David Sanchez on saxophone and Sean Jones on trumpet. Dozens more will participate during the three-hour daytime event. All proceeds from the $40-$60 ticket sales go to hurricane assistance and recovery, split evenly between the Puerto Rico Real Time Recovery Fund, and the Hurricane Maria Community Relief and Recovery Fund.
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2013 - JUNTOS COLLECTIVE INC.
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