About JAMS Music

The Jasmine Alternative Music School is a non-profit youth music school that is dedicated to providing both music instruction and musical instruments to those have a desire to learn to make music, but not the resources.

ART SHOW to Benefit JAMS MUSIC SCHOOL – Oil Paintings by Nancy Earle

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JAMS Music has been chosen for a special fundraiser through CentralCoastDining.com


 

Dear JAMS Supporters,

JAMS Music has been chosen for a special fundraiser through CentralCoastDining.com and Casa Blanca Restaurant in Santa Barbara.  Through October 31st you can purchase:

A ticket for $30 that gives you $60 to spend on food and drinks at Casa Blanca Restaurant.
10% of the proceeds from each ticket benefit JAMS Music.  You can purchase this offer now only at CentralCoastDining.com

Tickets are redeemable through the end of January.  This is a great opportunity to sample the authentic Mexican cuisine of Casa Blanca while supporting JAMS Music.  We hope you will take advantage of this great offer and share with friends who might be interested.

Much Love,
Nancy
Artistic Director

Good Times are Alive at Sandbar

The Sandbar on State Street will be giving this guitar away to one lucky winner of a raffle on July 29.  Rush down to the Sandbar at 541 State Street for your chance to win this one of a kind acoustic guitar.

All profits go to JAMS, a non-profit music school for teens in Santa Barbara, Ca. serving over 3,600 people per year.  Visit Star Jasmine Music to donate or purchase the SJM CD.

Yamaha F335 Signed by Kenny Loggins

 

KENNY LOGGINS JAMMING AT JAMS!

Kenny Loggins Jamming in JAMS

SUPPORT OUR NON-PROFIT MUSIC SCHOOL AND EARN A CHANCE TO WIN A BEAUTIFUL YAMAHA ACOUSTIC GUITAR SIGNED BY KENNY LOGGINS.

 

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Kenny Loggins Supports Jams

Help keep JAMS alive with your donation!!! Thank you!!!

JAMS Music Santa Barbara

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