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Mardi Gras Children’s Parade

This is how Louis Armstrong started

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Help New Orleans

It all starts with the school marching band.

For over 100 years, this is how New Orleans musicians got their first exposure to playing music for real (i.e. in front of live audiences.)

New Orleans needs your help rebuilding its music education system to pre-Katrina levels.

This video shot and produced by Jazz on the Tube

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Rebuilding music education in New Orleans