Make Your Dream Come True By Helping Savage Ticket Make October The Jazz Month
Imagine talking about your passion and getting money for it. It seems like a dream come true, right? Well, it turns out the innovative platform Savage Ticket is ready to implement your dreams, but they have a pretty pretentious one of their own. The platform has a goal to unite all music people in one project and build a musical community. They want to help musicians, creatives, producers, artists, venues, networks, and the audience to find each other easily to be able to create a more sustainable music enjoyment model.
As the Covid-19 pandemic showed, the industry lacks alternatives, and none of the existing ones is entirely sustainable on its own. Savage Ticket being an innovative platform, they find it crucial for the music industry to have a post-pandemic modern music community able to resist and survive in a crisis.
Now back to your dream of getting money by just talking about your passion. You’re lucky if your passion is jazz as Savage Ticket makes October the month of jazz by organizing a jazz contest called The How I Fell In Love With Jazz Video Contest taking place from October 1- October 30. Everyone from genre enthusiasts to professionals can participate. All you need to do is shoot 60-second videos describing how you fell in love with jazz music. Sounds perfect, doesn’t it?
The professional jury consisting of Jazz guitar hero and perennial poll-winner Al Di Meola, Dorthaan Kirk, honored as a 2020 Jazz Master by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), five-time Grammy Nominee in the category of Best Jazz Vocal Karrin Allison, legendary “Boss Tenor” Jazz saxophonist, and record producer, Houston Person, and pre-eminent Jazz Bassist, composer, and bandleader Noriko Ueda. They will evaluate the 60-minute videos from the contestants and decide the winner who will get the prize of $2500. The runner-up will receive $1000, and 100 participants will get $100 each. So, don’t waste more time and go shoot your videos!
Savage Ticket already made a donation of $50000 to the Jazz Foundation of America’s Covid-19 Musicians helping musicians to survive during the pandemic days.