Musicians from the cities of Austin, Texas and Adelaide South Australia will perform together on Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM) Benefit Day on September 13. Akina Adderly, Dawn & Hawkes and Graham Wilkinson will represent Austin. Kelly Menhennet, Dan Crannitch and Taasha Coates will represent Adelaide.
The event will be presented by The House of Songs and the I’ll Fly Away Foundation, in partnership with the City of Austin Music & Entertainment Division. These performances will mark an unprecedented effort on HAAM Benefit Day between the City of Adelaide, A UNESCO recognized city in the field of Music, and The City of Austin, a UNESCO recognized city in the field of Media Arts.
This event is free and open to the public, donations to Health Alliance for Austin Musicians are highly encouraged.
ABOUT THE ATX MUSIC OFFICE: The City of Austin Economic Development Department’s Music & Entertainment Division is highly engaged in developing and executing initiatives that help accelerate the growth of the music industry infrastructure by focusing on job creation, talent export, trade development, and industry revenue growth. The Music & Entertainment Division has also organically developed an important role for the Austin music industry by facilitating introductions, communication, and shaping discussions between music business operators who may not otherwise have knowledge of each other, resulting in new business and connections. For more information: www.atxmusic.org
ABOUT THE HOUSE OF SONGS: The House Of Songs is located in Austin, Texas is an international collaborative songwriter program. It invites talented artists from various countries to collaborate and then share their work with audiences around the world building bridges using music as the handshake. For more information visit www.thehouseofsongs.com