Join CurePSP for the Jeff Golub Film Debut in Benefit of CurePSP!
This hybrid (in-person and online) film debut and cocktail reception for “Train Keeps a Rolling” honors the life of the world-renowned guitarist Jeff Golub and his wife, Audrey Stafford. They were living a near-perfect life when Jeff suddenly lost his sight at the age of 56. What at first seemed a surmountable hurdle soon evolved into a much larger problem, as it became clear that Jeff had also developed a rare neurological disorder, progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP).
Through years of archival and verité footage, as well as interviews with celebrated musicians and a score composed and performed by Jeff’s former friends and colleagues, this intimate portrait provides an in-depth account of Jeff’s final years. It tells of the immense burden his wife was forced to undertake, the strain Jeff’s illness caused with his family and friends, and the story of his impressive musical legacy. It is a universal story of the hardships of terminal illness, told through the lens of one of the jazz community’s most beloved musicians.
With the support of the director, Kyle I. Kelley, the Light of Day Foundation, and Audrey Stafford, they are raising funds to support our mission of care, consciousness, and cure of prime of life neurodegenerative diseases in memory of Jeff Golub.
Attire is business casual.
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- Kyle I. Kelley, Director
- Audrey Stafford, Wife of Jeff Golub
Pre-cocktail set featuring Mick Gaffney, Chris Bishop, and Steve Barbuto.
Live music from the film’s composer, Stephen Gaboury, along with musicians from the score: Don Harris, John McCurry, Steve Barbuto, Chris Bishop, Mick Gaffney, and special guest Kirk Whalum.
- Online Viewing Only: $20
- In-Person Attendance (Cutoff Oct. 4th): $100
- Day of Onsite Registration (October 6th Only): $125
Online ticket sales for the in-person event will end at midnight on October 4th. Tickets will be available for purchase again onsite at the venue on October 6th for $125.00.
Click here for onsite COVID protocols for the event.