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Benefit Concert for James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth

Photos from concert at the Blue Note in New York City

Bill Cosby hosting the Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarshp for Newark Youth
Frank Wess, Todd Coolman and Lew Tabackin performing at the Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth
Frank Wess performing at the Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth
Najee performing at the Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth
Roberta Gambarini performing at the Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth
Jimmy Heath, Greg Gisbert and Antonio Hart performing at the Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth
Audience member at the Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth
Justin Robinson and Antonio Hart performing at the Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth

A parade of stars packed the Blue Note last night for “A Concert to Benefit the James Moody Scholarship for Newark Youth.” The Master of Ceremonies was Bill Cosby. The featured performers included Kenny Barron, Cyrus Chestnut,Todd Coolman, Paquito D’Rivera, Roberta Gambarini, Greg Gisbert, Antonio Hart, Jimmy Heath, Greg Hutchinson, Drums, John Lee, Najee, Lewis Nash, Justin Robinson, David Sanborn, Yotam Silberstein, Lew Tabackin, and Frank Wess.

I saw Roy Hargrove in the house, but he never made it to the stage for the first set.

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