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--The power of music can change lives.  Let’s use it to help those in need by giving hope, health, and happiness through the healing art of music.--
Austin musicians of all ages set to pay tribute to The Beatles in support of the Music Moves Mountains Foundation on Sunday, February 18th from 2-6pm at the One-2-One Bar
Austin, TX - - 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, Nic Armstrong, Cid & Lenny Sanchez, Matt Hubbard, Juliana Sheffield, David Garza, Georgia Bramhall, Andy Tenberg, Larry Seaman & Randy Franklin, 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 bands Citrus and Rubber Bullets 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.  There is a $20 suggested donation (or any amount is appreciated) 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, offers tons of free parking and is handicapped accessible.  Visit for venue info and to purchase advance tickets.  If you are unable to attend, you can still help support by becoming a sponsor, auction donor, or making a donation via the donate button below.  Big shoutout to our donors so far: Bob Gruen, Strait Music, Old Settlers Music Festival and ALC Steaks
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Click to listen to the featured Austin musicians who will be playing!
** FEATURED SILENT AUCTION ITEM WILL BE AVAILABLE TO BID ON 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE BENEFIT CONCERT VIA OUR FACEBOOK PAGE:  One of the most iconic, collectable photographs taken in musical history is the famed shot of John Lennon in NYC in 1974, taken by legendary Rock photographer Bob Gruen. Bob is donating a signed, 13x19 B&W Archival Pigment print to help raise funds for music therapy and education.  Check out his work!
Backstory to The Beatles Tribute:  This kid has been waiting six years to do a tribute to The Beatles.  The face of the Foundation, Hudson, who is now eleven years old, will not only be our co-host for the benefit but will also be a featured musician playing drums on five tunes.  He has been singing and playing their music for over half of his life now, but this is the first time he will get to play with other musicians for an audience - no more having to sing from the rooftops!  The Beatles have such a profound way to move all ages and walks of listeners.  We are so excited to finally have this opportunity to bring all of us together to celebrate their music!
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MISSION STATEMENT:   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 is established as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that uses tax-deductible donations to facilitate these efforts.  Our goal is to offer better access to those in need of music therapy, education, and community outreach.
WE SERVE:  Children, adults, and seniors suffering mental, emotional, or physical illnesses, developmental disabilities or disorders, depression or loss, trauma or stress, as well as underserved and at-risk communities and schools.  We also offer opportunities to partner with musicians, music educators, music therapists, counselors and other organizations.

“All Abilities Rock” - Community music workshops, adaptive music education/mentorship, and sensory-friendly concerts for children and adults with disabilities or special needs
“Play It Forward” - A cooperative effort to offer donated musical instruments, music scholarships, and mentorship to low-income or at-risk individuals who commit, in return, to donate their time and talent to someone in need
“Feeding The Soul” - A series of musical performances and engagement at hospitals, nursing homes, memory care, VA Centers, rehabilitative centers, hospice care, homeless shelters, etc.

Music Moves Mountains Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. 
All contributions are tax-deductible in compliance with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. EIN# 45-5216562
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