When you get involved in it, it’s a serious piece of business
That’s Big Chief Darryl Montana of the Yellow Pocahontas speaking on the Black Masking Indian tradition.
The folks behind Jazz Fest are putting their money where their mouth is. They’ve ponied up a relief fund for New Orleans Black Masking Indian Gangs. The gangs are filled with musicians, artists, entrepreneurs, and just regular folks who are trying to survive through this arduous time.
Can you imagine how much money the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has pulled in over the last half-century?
It’s good to see them plowing some of that revenue back into the community.