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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/photos-new-orleans-musicians-village-toddler-park-opens-walkway-named-nonesuch-president-bob-hurwitz-2011-09-06
    September 06, 2011|0 comments

    New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity dedicated the Musicians’ Village Toddler Park last month in the Upper Ninth Ward of New Orleans. The central walkway, Hurwitz Way, is named in honor of Bob Hurwitz, president of Nonesuch Records. A gallery of photographs from the park's dedication has now been posted to nonesuch.com/media, along with several of Hurwitz's photos of Musicians' Village. In 2005, Nonesuch released the benefit album Our New Orleans, which raised 1.1 million dollars to create new housing for the Musicians' Village.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/new-orleans-habitat-musicians-village-toddler-park-opens-walkway-named-honor-nonesuch-president-bob-hurwitz-2011-08-25
    August 25, 2011|0 comments

    New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity dedicated the newly finished Musicians’ Village Toddler Park today in the Upper Ninth Ward of New Orleans, made possible through the support of Nonesuch Records / Warner Music Group, New York Life, and The Talbott Foundation. The central walkway, Hurwitz Way, is named in honor of Nonesuch president Bob Hurwitz. In 2005, Nonesuch released the benefit album Our New Orleans, which raised 1.1 million dollars, donated to New Orleans Habitat for Humanity to create new housing for the Musicians' Village.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/a-letter-from-new-orleans-0
    September 10, 2006|0 comments

    By Robert Hurwitz
    Nonesuch Records President Bob Hurwitz shares his experiences visiting New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward to present Habitat for Humanity with a $1 million check on the first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The money was raised from sales of Our New Orleans, the Nonesuch album celebrating music of the Crescent City, to aid in the creation of the neighborhood's new Musicians' Village.

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