Marjorie Eliot, 81. See SWNS story SWNYjazz; A musical mother-of-five has held a free jazz concert in her living room every Sunday for almost 25 years. Marjorie Eliot, 81, first threw open the doors to her New York apartment on June 5 1994 following the death of one of her sons. The actress, writer and musician has recreated the spectacle every Sunday afternoon since - 1,275 weekends in a row. While the first tribute concert drew a crowd of six, word of mouth has seen the number of weekly attendees swell to at least 60. Latecomers too slow to snag a fold-away plastic chair cram into the kitchen or spill out into the corridor, craning for a glimpse. Then, at 4pm sharp, the sound of jazz played by musicians from around the world fills the room. Marjorie, a talented pianist, also graces the stage alongside one of her sons, saxophonist Rudel Drears, 52. Speaking after a show, Marjorie, who lives on the border of Harlem in New York City, said: "It brings me so much joy.