Price: Suggested $20 tax-deductible donation
The Music Moves Mountains Foundation is partnering with Austin's Band Aid School of Music to raise funds for music scholarships for disadvantaged children, special needs training for music instructors, music therapy workshops and additional music equipment for the school's expansion. A benefit concert is scheduled for Sunday, February 19th from 2-5pm at the One-2-One Bar located at 1509 S. Lamar Blvd. Ste. 600, Austin, TX 78704. The concert will showcase student bands from the music school's Rock Band program and will feature special guests Dan Dyer and Kevin McKinney. This is an all ages event (under 21 with a parent/guardian) with a suggested $20 tax-deductible donation at the door. A silent auction will be held on-site until 5pm; food will be provided by Austin Land & Cattle (ALC Steaks).
Band Aid School of Music (BASOM) has been providing the best in music instruction, rock band programs/camps, music performance, songwriting, production, music business and recording opportunities in Austin since 2009. A local and national award-winning school, BASOM serves over 250 students and is equipped with 20 instructors between two locations. Due to its success and rapid growth, construction is under way for the expansion of the Thornton Road location in South Austin. As a local, family-owned business that has been more than generous in serving the Austin community by providing over $2000 in scholarships every month and raising over $20,000 in funds for local charities, the time has come to ask for support in continuing their great work. For more information on BASOM, visit bandaidschoolofmusic.com.
The Music Moves Mountains Foundation (MMMF) is a local 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization offering a series of projects, programs, and services utilizing the scientifically-proven powers of music to improve the quality of lives. As part of their All Abilities Rock program and the Play It Forward initiative, MMMF joins in BASOM's efforts to provide the community more inclusive access to music opportunities. For more information on MMMF or to donate, visit musicmovesmountains.org.