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In 1995, Marjorie Eliot moved the couch out of her living room and began hosting free Sunday jazz concerts. Her Harlem living room — “Triple Nickel” — became a legendary artists haven, welcoming a score of jazz legends. Eliot has hosted this rich history unfailingly for 26 years, utilizing music and community as potent remedies for grief.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    13 minutes
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Colorado Premiere
  • Director
    Jess Colquhoun