New event hopes to turn the tides for ocean health

Students and musicians from around the globe will join together

Students work on recording the first ever Juneau Alaska Music Matters Album. Songwriting students in T.J. Cramer’s songwriting class performed on the album, and they will also perform at the upcoming Ocean Beat event. (Courtesy Photo | T.J. Cramer)

Students work on recording the first ever Juneau Alaska Music Matters Album. Songwriting students in T.J. Cramer’s songwriting class performed on the album, and they will also perform at the upcoming Ocean Beat event. (Courtesy Photo | T.J. Cramer)

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