KANSAS CITY, Mo., (February 6th 2016) – Yamaha saxophone artist George Shelby rocked the house on Saturday, February 6th to help benefit kids in need at the Band of Angels Heart Strings Gala.
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.
Mighty Melody and her father, Kaleb, continue a family legacy with a touching Band of Angels donation.
Band of Angels was founded in 2010 as a partnership with WDAF-TV Fox 4. Its mission is to collect music instruments and help fund the purchase of music instruments for children in need who want to study music, but whose family financial situations, unfortunately, get in the way of their dreams to join band or orchestra.
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.