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Courtesy: Doc Severinsen Courtesy: Jens Lindemann

Courtesy: Arturo Sandoval

Former Tonight Show bandleader and legendary jazz artist Doc Severinsen will take the stage on March 4 at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in downtown Dallas.

Guest performer Jens Lindemann is an international trumpet soloist and clinician and a former member of the renowned ensemble, Canadian Brass. He is currently on the music faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

Multiple Grammy Award-winning jazz artist Arturo Sandoval is one of the headliners who was invited to perform for the “Cancer Blows” gala concert to raise awareness for multiple myeloma and other blood diseases.

and CD. “The primary goal of the event is to raise awareness of multiple myeloma and, to a lesser extent, stem cell transplants and other blood cancers on a regional and national level,” says Anthony. Two additional events are scheduled prior to the concert: “Meet The Principals,” featuring current and retired principal trumpet players from major American symphonies, and “One on One,” a day of master classes and clinics by the artists. The events benefit Baylor Health Care System Foundation and Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.

An after-party, ticketed separately, will follow the concert. Not long ago, multiple myeloma was considered a death sentence, with a lifespan of only a few years. While the cancer remains incurable today, research has greatly extended the life expectancy of newly diagnosed patients, and a cure now seems possible. When Anthony first received the diagnosis, his goal was to see his young children through high school. Now, because he has responded well to treatment and is in complete remission, Anthony dares hope for more.

If you are unable to make the concert but would like to help blow away cancer, send a donation to Cancer Blows/The Ryan Anthony Foundation, 1515 North Town East Blvd., Suite 138–449, Dallas, TX, 75150. Donations are tax-deductible. Visit CancerBlows.com for tickets and more information.

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