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Preservation Hall: The Best of the Early Years

Since they opened the Preservation Hall in New Orleans back in 1961 to preserve a tradition in jazz that was heading toward the endangered species list, it seems so right for founder Sandra Jaffe along with her son Ben to start their own label to preserve everything about the venue, which still operates 365 days a year and sends out touring groups 100 days each year.

What other venue can boast such an astonishing employment record?

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