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James Brown Daughter Keeps His Legacy Alive Through J.A.M.P

J.A.M.P. kids pose with guest speaker Flex Alexander after the L.A. masterclass. (courtesy photo)

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JAMP Fall Sessions

JAMP-Fall Schedule

Oct 5 - May 19
Tuesday and Thursday 4p-6p

Saturday schedule: 10a-2p (Parents provide lunch for class) no red dye juice.

Oct 16th and 30th
Nov 6th and 20th
Dec 4th

Special dates:
Nov 22 (Turkey giveaway, mandatory)
Dec 18th (Toy giveaway, mandatory)

Saturday schedule 2022
Jan 8th and 22nd
Feb 5th and 19th
March 5th and 19th
April 2nd and 16th
April 30th (Special Tribute to JB)
May 14th

JAMP EPK Concerts

The students work with alumni of the
academy during their Annual Jampcert at
The James Brown Arena.

tntThe 25-passenger seated capacity and temperature controlled bus provided by T and T Transportation will take fans of Mr. James Brown on a narrated tour making stops at places that are significant to the history of Mr. Brown's life growing up and living in Augusta, GA. Highlights include such sites as the elementary school that James Brown attended, the home where he lived as a child, businesses owned by James Brown, James Brown Statue, James Brown Arena and much more! The James Brown Family Historical Tour price is $15pp and includes admission to the Augusta Museum of History where the largest collection of James Brown
memorabilia is located. Souvenirs can be purchased at the museum after the tour.

The James Brown Family Historical Tour will be open to the public beginning on Saturday February 27, 2016 and will run once per day on Saturdays from 11:00am to 12:45pm year round. Reservations are made by calling 803-640-2090 and must be made at least 24 hours in advance. The James Brown Family Historical Tour is available for private bookings and group rates.

For information: www.jamesbrownfamilyfdn.org or 803-640-2090.

J.A.M.P. students bring the funk with youth program

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- A local program is giving kids an outlet while shaping them into musicians. The kids may be young, but they've got a whole lot of soul.

"You start dancing, any instrument you're playing, I don't care if you're using every single part of your body playing it you're going to dance to the music," said drummer Nicholas Turmon. He's just one of the kids involved in the James Brown Academy of Musik Pupils, or J.A.M.P.  READ AND WATCH FULL STORY AT WRDW.COM

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