Acoustic Recording To Benefit Music Education For Children Nationwide | THE ARTS

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August 5, 2012 by Thomas McGregor

 

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This project was first brought to the Hungry Monks (John Holenko, Hazel Ketchum) mid-2012 by Thomas McGregor (Violin) as an idea first rooted in music education. 100% of the proceeds from the sales will go directly to music education scholarships. Music is a vital life source of our culture, enabling people to commune together sharing in the joys of human expression. When purchasing this wonderful recording you present the opportunity to children nationwide to experience in this joyous sharing. We deeply Thank You for your support! -John, Hazel, & Thomas.

 

 

The recordings you will enjoy are orignal compositions by the Hungry Monks and Thomas McGregor.

Hazel Ketchum: Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar

John Holenko: Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin   

Thomas McGregor: Violin 

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