Without music, will New Orleans survive?on February 16, 2021 at 12:16 am

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Known as the birthplace of Jazz, New Orleans has thousands of musicians that rely on gigs to survive.

New Orleans is a city built on tourism and live music events.

With Mardi Gras parades cancelled and live music venues still closed after 10 months, how much longer can its musicians survive?

Producer: Emma Supple

DOP: Ivy Chiu

Location producer: Hannah Varnell

Camera assistant: Mark Roethke

Editing: Susannah Reid & Roderick Macleod

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