Join us to kick off the 2015 Band of Angels Instrument Drive:
Friday, August 28: Watch the Fox 4 News Morning Show, we’ll be talking about Band of Angels from Ruskin High School.
Kyle Jones, who works at our Meyer Music Kansas City North store, took in a very special donation to the Band of Angels. Four-year old Melody Unger (fondly known as Mighty Melody in the KC community) came in with her father Kaleb to donate her mother’s violin
From One Head Drumline Instructor to Another
Brandon Graves, University of Kansas Marching Jayhawks’ head drumline instructor, knows a thing or two about selecting and caring for marching band drums. Not only does he oversee KU’s Marching Jayhawks’ drumline programs and exercises,
Meyer Music and Fox 4 News held the annual Heart Strings Gala on February 14, 2015 at the Bean Hangar Event Space at The Roasterie. As well as raising $45,000 for Band of Angels, the gala tugged at attendees’ heartstrings with a special music instrument presentation and a guest artist performance by Mark Pender.
Artists have been repurposing materials for use in their art for years. Jewelry artists are no different, and have joined the popular re-purposing movement. Hang Ups in KC is a Kansas City, Missouri-based small business owned and operated by co-creators Kristi Jurgensen and Carolyn Adams. Kristi & Carolyn transform vintage treasures such as keys, silverware and typewriters (to name a few) into fun and inspiring jewelry. The duo have added a unique twist to their materials repertoire thanks to Band of Angels.