The Music Moves Mountains Foundation will be hosting its annual benefit concert in Austin on Sunday, February 18th from 2-6pm at the One-2-One Bar.

A stellar line-up of Austin's most legendary musicians, producers, educators, singers and songwriters will pay a musical tribute to The Beatles alongside the next generation of some local rising talent who share the love of the famed fab four. Special guests include Adrian Quesada, Kevin McKinney, Dan Dyer, Colin Gilmore, Cid Sanchez, Matt Hubbard, Juliana Sheffield, David Garza, Georgia Bramhall, Andy Tenberg, Larry Seaman, James Bullard, Chris Maresh, Jonathan Fox, Nico Leophonte, Jimmy Vela, and Jason Crouch. Featured young artists (ages 11 to 15) will be Chris "Beatle Boy" Cedrian, Hudson Tartack, Jimmy Mercado, and the band Citrus from Band Aid School of Music. The afternoon concert will include fun Beatles trivia with prizes, a silent auction, and food by Austin Land & Cattle (ALC Steaks). There is a $20 suggested donation to support local programs; all ages are encouraged to attend; rockers 18 and under are free with a parent. The One-2-One Bar is located at 1509 S. Lamar Blvd #600 Austin, TX 78704, PH (512) 473-0121. Visit www.one2onebar.com to purchase advance tickets.

The Music Moves Mountains Foundation is a perpetual series of projects, programs, and services utilizing the scientifically-proven powers of music to change and improve the quality of lives. The Foundation was launched in 2012 in response to the lack of resources in the community to access music therapy, music education, and musical outreach - especially for those who live with mental or physical illness, a disability, or are at-risk or underserved. Funding provides assistance to those seeking music therapy and music education, as well as providing support for the "All Abilities Rock" program, the "Play It Forward" initiative, and the "Feeding the Soul" music series - all of which support the music community in return. Previous partners and major supporters include Lou Adler/Monterey International Pop Festival Foundation, the Joe Strummer Foundation, and The Who. All donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible and will be utilized to offer free or affordable services and programs to those in need. For more information on the Foundation, visit www.musicmovesmountains.org.

To become a sponsor or to donate a silent auction item, contact the Director, Julie Frost, at julie.frost@musicmovesmountains.org .

“Knife-blade-treble guitars and the vengeful crash of the early Who and Kinks” - ROLLING STONE

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