NewsArts & Culture / April 9, 2020

Relief Fund Created For Indianapolis 'Gig' Musicians

Relief Fund Created For Indianapolis 'Gig' MusiciansWFYI's Jill Ditmire spoke with the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation's Artistic Director, Rob Dixon, about a relief fund created specifically to help local "gig" musicians during the COVID-19 pandemic.Indianapolis Jazz Foundation, gig economy, coronavirus, COVID-192020-04-09T00:00:00-04:00
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Relief Fund Created For Indianapolis 'Gig' Musicians

Many Indianapolis area jazz and blues musicians face financial loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Indianapolis Jazz Foundation Artistic Director Rob Dixon says normally, many of these musicians work six or seven nights a week.

WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke by phone with Dixon about a relief fund created specifically for local “gig” musicians.

Individuals and businesses that want to contribute may learn more at the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation website -- indyjazzfoundation.org

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