Jimi Haha, Paul Pfau and Priddy Music Academy to headline performances; sale of custom instrument art will take place at the event.
Annapolis, MD (Feb 21, 2018) – Music 4 More, Inc announces the celebration of 10 years concert and art show will take place on Saturday March 10, 2018 at the Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge. Jimi Haha, Paul Pfau and ZEE band a Priddy Music Academy band will be on the lineup; additional bands may be announced.
This unique event will feature over twenty art pieces that were designed by local artists who have created art out of the broken and unrepairable instruments donated to Music 4 More. These art guitars, drums, violins and more will be available on site for purchase to benefit Music 4 More, an Annapolis based nonprofit that provides financial and in-kind resources to sustain and foster under-funded music programs in schools and communities. Any items that do not sell at the event will be put up for sale online.
Tickets are $30 and includes live music, drink specials, and door prizes. Tickets are on sale now at https://whatsuptix.com/events/music-4-more-celebrates-10-years Discounts are available for school teachers and veterans.
Music 4 will use proceeds to purchase instruments, repairs and supplies for music programs in Maryland schools and music therapy programs for veterans.
About the Musicians:
Jimi Haha is the lead singer, guitar player and song writer for the bands Jimmie’s Chicken Shack, the Jarflys and Mend the Hollow. He is a talented mixed media artist and currently working in collaboration with Jeff Alan Huntington call JaH-HaHa. He is the publisher/creative director for Up.St.ART Annapolis magazine. This high quality quarterly coffee table book highlights the people behind the arts and culture of Annapolis Maryland. www.jimihaha.com
Paul Pfau (rhymes with "wow") is a modern-day troubadour, a skilled and eager listener, with a gift for setting the truths of love, life and loss to music. His talent for taking in and re-interpreting life’s narrative was honed in six months of personal silence brought on by a threatening polyp on his vocal chords. During this period of forced quiet, Pfau made ends meet by playing guitar in other bands, and by studying the stories of others. His musical inspiration was drawn from his parents relationship, and from the great music of 70s singer-songwriters like James Taylor, as well as current artists like John Mayer and Dave Matthews. Upon healing, Pfau took his talents to Season 8 of The Voice, where as a member of Team Pharrell, he was fortunate enough to work with and be mentored by the likes of Lionel Richie and Nate Ruess (fun., The Format). Pfau is also collaborating with fans on social media, regularly sharing the love story of others on his Facebook page. He is currently touring in support of his latest single, “I See the World”, a song about love and family, understanding and perspective and The Great American Love Story EP. www.paulpfaumusic.com
Priddy Academy of Music Since 2000, Priddy Music Academy in Millersville, Maryland, has been more than just any ordinary music school. They have taken students beyond fundamentals, while gaining wisdom from working with efficient and attentive teachers that encourage confidence in being part of a musical community. www.priddymusicacademy.com
About the artists:
Instrument art, photography and additional art will be provided by: Ant Lavorgna (AntHill Studio), Laura Laird, Leah Jensen, Ally Queen, Angie Wathen, Felicia Holmes, Pamela Stevens, Ellen Kalin, Good Karma Comics, Trish Clark, Jarrod Jacobs, and representing The Veterans Artist Program: Mark Humes, Edward Gregg, Josh Davidson
Sponsorships are available for this event, for more information