Earshot Jazz’s Statement on Anti-Racist Work

Earshot Jazz’s Statement on Anti-Racist Work

Released June 11, 2020 Last week we released a brief statement on our social media channels affirming that Black Lives Matter. We stand by that affirmation, but we know those words aren’t just a hashtag, and that they ring hollow without action. We also stated that we...
Segregation in Seattle Jazz Unions

Segregation in Seattle Jazz Unions

Ernie Lewis Band playing in Oakland 1944. Left to right: Vernon “Pops Buford,” Walter Oakes, Pony Poindexter, Warren Thompson, Earl Boatley, Ernie Lewis,. Photo courtesy of Vernon Buford Estate. By Paul de Barros In these times of struggle against systemic...
Call For Artists: The Second Century Series

Call For Artists: The Second Century Series

Updated July 1, 2020: New deadline—August 31Jump to Call for Artists A Message from Earshot about the 2020 Jazz: The Second Century Series Dear Artists, We truly are living in unprecedented times with the global health crisis of COVID-19 and the global civil rights...

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