This is your 91.3 KXCI weekend spotlight …
This week we spotlight a benefit concert to support HOPE, Inc.’s newest endeavor: the Anchor Music Project (AMP) on Saturday, March 14 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Armory Park Center, 220 South 5th Ave.
All ticket revenue will go toward funding AMP, which will serve as a place for youth to learn, teach, and connect with music, especially for those experiencing mental health or substance use challenges.
AMP will offer the chance for youth to use music as their anchor, by learning how to play an instrument, how to sing, and how to listen to music played by professionals.
There will be musical performances by Amy Mendoza, Celeste Amadee, Royal Agaves, and Doctors of Modern Medicine.
Mendoza is a singer-song-writer who has played with local bands such as Blind Divine, The Jits, Sugar Stains. She recently debuted her latest album “Suicide On The AM Dial.”
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