Georgia State University school of music performing virtual jazz night

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ATLANTA, Ga — If you’re looking to hear some live music, you’re in luck!

Although all bars and restaurants that normally have live music nights are now closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you can still enjoy some tunes via streaming.

Wednesday evening, Georgia State University’s Jazz faculty will be hosting a virtual jazz night.

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The university will be streaming live on the Red Door Cafe’s Facebook page beginning around 8:45 p.m. and will play for about an hour and-a-half.

While enjoying the free tunes, please consider helping out by giving a donation for these musicians via PayPal or contribute via Venmo: @RedLightCafe.

Stay home, be safe and listen to some great jazz!

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