Save The Music’s 25th Anniversary event will honor LL Cool J, Cindy Mabe, and Adam Blackstone on November 1, with performances from Brad Paisley, Brittney Spencer, Mary Mary, and more.
Save The Music has announced its 25th Anniversary event, Music Saves LA, taking place on Tuesday, November 1, at 6:30 PM at NeueHouse Hollywood. This year’s event will honor LL Cool J, Cindy Mabe, Becky G, and Adam Blackstone for their contributions to advancing equity within the music industry.
Hosted by actor, comedian, writer, and producer Chris Spencer, the highly anticipated annual fundraising event will feature special performances from Brad Paisley, Brittney Spencer, Mary Mary, The War & Treaty, and more. The event will also feature student performances from Save The Music grant recipient schools.
All funds raised from this year’s Music Saves LA event will support a multi-year, $3 million-plus music education rebuild in Los Angeles, where Save The Music plans to fund 50 additional schools with new music programs.
“Los Angeles is such a culturally and musically rich community, and we’re excited to bring together our students, teachers, community partners, and music industry supporters to celebrate the impact that music has on our lives. Adam, Cindy, LL, and Becky G have helped us put together a musical experience that’s going to be incredibly fun and help significantly grow Save The Music’s impact in LA,” said Henry Donahue, Executive Director of Save The Music.
For the past 25 years, Save The Music has donated over $75 million in instruments and music technology equipment to over 2,700 public schools nationwide. With the support of sponsors and donors, including Paramount, Gibson Gives, Nickelodeon, Red Light Management, and Universal Music Group, Music Saves LA has become a highly anticipated event within the local community and made a significant impact on music education in the area.
Since its inception, Save The Music has addressed the systemic inequities in music education by investing in culturally rich communities across the US, affecting the lives of millions of students in hundreds of communities.