“Once you’ve learned or created a song, no one can take it away from you, “ says musician, coach, writer and studio producer Feef Mooney. “It’s my job to encourage musical creativity and expression [because]fear has most likely taken away that freedom. Face the fear with support and focus. If you’re shut down, hit a plateau, or feel stuck, chances are that some good musical coaching can bring your talent back to you. This is very empowering, really exciting!”
It’s Mooney’s belief that a one-on-one guided, individualized support system and musical coaching is the best tonic for troubled times. All three options are an investment that deepens confidence, providing a lifelong source of joy.
Learn to play guitar, piano or bass. Learn to sing without hurting your vocal instrument. Learn to write and produce a song. Pick up where you left off. Get back to yourself.
Or gather up the songs you love and create a musical repertoire for life.
Perform for others. Share music with friends. Try turning your talent into a professional venture.
Mooney, an award-winning songwriter, has worked with producer Richard Perry and was part of Rondor Publishing, a company owned by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 487-0608.