For mental health month, friends in Canada are posting a story a day about how music impacts people. The story of how Chase the Music got started is today’s story. Lots of magnificent stories already up there, so look around! Visit the Awesome Music Project
Planet Bluegrass, producers of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Rockygrass, Folks Fest and other events are supportive in many ways of the Chase the Music efforts.
Colorado State University Music therapy has partnered with Chase the Music to bring a series of original music performances to children battling critical illnesses.
Sean Flynn and Zach Tucker, owners of Red Wolf Sound have been long time supporters of Chase the Music. They provide audio engineering expertise and equipment to aid in the successful production of our events. They are highly talented and have a can-do attitude.
An old friend and mentor, Craig Pratt has started Next Level Living. Next level living is a web presence promoting becoming a better version of yourself every day. They encourage helping others. After seeing a story about what I was up to, Craig sent me a shirt and asked me to share a little of …
I recently met by with Phil, Lucia and Ari of the Efrem Foundation, a non-profit out of New Jersey. They provide services to aid youth, struggling with severe grief caused by the loss of a loved one. They know that when our youth are in a crisis, they don’t have the same coping skills that …