New York City's Jazz Musicians Fear Poverty In Retirement

September 18, 2014 2:19 PM

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NEW YORK (AP) — Keisha St. John has been singing at some of the most famous jazz clubs in the nation for more than five decades.

She was paid $50 a night when she sang in "Three Guys and a Doll" in 1958. Now, at age 75 and nearing retirement, she has no pension to fall back on — and is asking the clubs to help out.

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