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Jazz 06/06/2005

The Colors of Jazz Concert in Atlanta to Benefit Doctors Without Borders

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ATLANTA, GA. ( - Saxophonist Traci Wynn and vocalist Tammy Allen present The Colors of Jazz on July 30 at 8pm at The Loft inside Earthlink Live. With all proceeds benefiting Doctors Without Borders, the concert will be a journey through the wide array of colors found within Jazz music. An after-party featuring a live DJ and dancing will follow the show. For an added bonus, one of the volunteer doctors will be on hand to briefly speak.

'We couldn't be more excited to host a high-energy show featuring so many different styles of jazz,' says Colors of Jazz coordinator Tammy Allen. 'Furthermore, the concert supports a great cause and makes it a win, win for everyone involved.'

Doctors Without Borders sends more than 2,500 volunteer doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to provide aid to those who lack health care in nearly 80 countries. Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999, Doctors Without Borders is a private, nonprofit organization at the forefront of emergency health care and aid for populations suffering from endemic diseases and neglect. For additional information, visit

Tickets, priced from $25.00 general admission to $40.00 V.I.P., can be purchased at or by calling 877.725.8849. For press kits, media passes, interviews or more information, contact Tammy Allen at 678.344.6032 or visit

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