A little friendly hootenanny benefits California wildfire victims Sat., Sept. 22 in Burbank

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By friends of Music for Life Coaching

We are proud to announce that Feef Mooney and friends of Music for Life Coaching will be performing to benefit Direct Relief, a Santa Barbara-based agency that provides aid to families stricken by California’s latest wildfires. We thank Thrivent Financial who supports our fundraising efforts.

The event will take place at Viva Rancho Cantina located at 900 W. Riverside Dr. in Burbank on Saturday, September 22 from 3:30pm-6:30pm. Admission is free.

The venue is a family-friendly Mexican restaurant. Music will be funky, folky and include performances from Rich Dunne, Tujunga Wash (‘70s music) and Little Friend featuring Alexandra Borden, Connor Cook, Victor Langhaar, Feef and Frankie Mooney.

“As musicians and Californians we wanted to do something to help families who have lost everything in the fires,” says Mooney.  “We thought an acoustic low key afternoon of music would be a great way to bring people together!” A donations basket will be passed at the concert. A raffle will include an opportunity to win free Music For Life Coaching lessons, as well as Little Friend CDs and other musical surprises!

Anyone wishing further information on performers and ways to give online can visit MusicForLifeCoaching.com  or FeefMooney.com. You can also phone (818) 487-0608 and leave a message for Mooney who will call you back with your requested information.

Let’s come together for a good time and do some good for our California families!


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