Article in The Tennessean, 4/1/15.
See the Loudest Librarian’s post about the ukulele workshop for kids at the Pacifica Libraries, funded by the Mockingbird Foundation.
Hannah Heimbuch of The Artic Sounder (Anchorage) has written a very nice article about recent Mockingbird Foundation grantee Taiko Drummers at Point Hope. Check out Taiko on YouTube.
Sharin’ in the Groove: Celebrating the Music of Phish continues to sell well more than a decade after its release. Recently listed in Home Grown Music Network‘s “Top 100 Sellers … Continue Reading →
The Press of Atlantic City wrote an article about the Foundation’s recent tour grant to ACHS, though mis-attributed it to the band rather than our fan-managed effort: Rock group Phish … Continue Reading →
The Broomfield Enterprise has reported on the Foundation’s tour grants related to the upcoming Broomfield shows: Phish fans give $2K to local schools Enterprise staff / Posted: 10/14/2010 12:00:00 AM … Continue Reading →
The Phoenix New Times has a nice write-up, subtitled “Deadheads and Phish Fans Focus on Giving.”
BILLBOARD MAGAZINE December 23, 2003 http://www.billboard.com Simon & Garfunkel, Phish Feeling Charitable The recently reunited duo of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel today (Dec. 23) made a joint $1 million … Continue Reading →
New music program ready to rock Memphis schools, by Bill Ellis ([email protected]) March 15, 2003; GoMemphis.com (Memphis, TN) Online at http://www.gomemphis.com/mca/local_news/article/0,1426,MCA_437_1813279,00.html Little Kids Rock, a San Francisco-based organization that offers … Continue Reading →
Musician-teacher gets grant for camp, by Steve Sherman February 12, 2002; The Review (Bryn Mawr, PA), p. 4 Wissahickon resident and musician Greg Wright, who’s now in his 40s and … Continue Reading →