Heart & Soul in partnership with the Imperial Neighborhood Park Association hosted its sixth annual Heart & Soul Music Stroll on June 10th this year. We featured 44 bands playing on lawns and porches to over 3,000 in attendance. This community activity of music on front porches is a great way to share our mission of the healing power of music with all of you.
Music begins at 3 p.m. with the Stratford Street Big Band at Imperial Park at the corner of Atkin and Filmore Streets. 40 plus bands will be playing on lawns and porches along Filmore and Glenmare Streets from 4 - 7 p.m.. We’ll come back together at 7 p.m. at the Park Stage in Imperial Park, thank our generous volunteers, musicians, and sponsors for helping make this celebration of the healing power of music possible, and listen to JABOOM play Rock N’ Roll favorites until 8 PM sharp when we will announce our raffle prize winners.
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Our mission is as vital as ever, and a gift of any size can help bring live music and a caring community to our neighbors. Donations also help us engage hundreds of artists in vital community service. Support local musicians, isolated neighbors, and Heart & Soul with your donation today!
“Music is powerful. As people listen to it, they can be affected. They respond” - Ray Charles
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The stage is set, the band is ready, now all that’s left is you!
Heart and Soul brings hope, healing and joy to 25,000 people each year by producing live shows for those in hospitals, nursing homes, and others.
The other day, I did something I’ve never done before—I attended a Heart & Soul show.
So I went to somebody else’s show.
It is Tuesday, August 23, 2016, and Ken and Mike just left City Creek Post Acute Care after an hour and 45 minutes. These two bigger-than-life guys arrived 30 minutes early, armed with big smiles, two guitars, a banjo and a vast repertoire of songs. But, most importantly, big, soft hearts.
As I went room to room to gather residents for the performance, there was one gentleman that I really wanted to attend the performance. He had been put on hospice just a few weeks earlier.