Recording artist and multi-instrumentalist works with professionals and amateurs alike
As time passes, do you ever feel a pressing need to create music? Maybe you need to express memories, thoughts, feelings that conversation cannot convey.
Maybe you have always wanted to sing, play an instrument, share music with others, even record, but you have lacked confidence, support and structure.
Maybe you have played an instrument for years, but have hit a plateau and don’t know how to break out of your rut.
Maybe you have written songs, but do not know how to produce them.
Feef Mooney’s Music For Life Coaching is a highly personalized structural journey created to offer support and instruction to professionals and amateurs alike, who want to play an accompaniment instrument (guitar, ukulele, banjo, piano) or sing, perform, record and archive their music, covers or originals.
“I take very seriously protecting and nurturing a person who wants to sing, play, record,” says Feef. “The process is life changing.”
Feef’s career began in Scotland and continued in Los Angeles when legendary producer Richard Perry signed her. Perry then introduced her to Rondor Universal Music and Herb Alpert.
A recording artist and multi-instrumentalist who tours and records, Feef is also producing and mentoring adults who have musical passion and need support to realize musical dreams.
Feef works to establish a schedule and goals with each client. “This isn’t a matter of music lessons, and not something you can pick up online,“ she explains. “It’s about your legacy, your musical life, who you want to become.”