The Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation, a charitable organization dedicated to redefining and supporting music education, has announced its partnership with the Better Angels Key West Songwriters Festival, which will take place in Key West, Florida April 28-May 3. The 14th annual event will feature more than 130 performing songwriters in over 30 shows. In connection with the festival, a limited edition CD will be sold to benefit the Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation. The proceeds will be used by the Foundation to support educational programs and to foster opportunities for young, aspiring songwriters. The limited edition CD is a collection of hit songs performed by their writers, including Gary Burr and Kylie Sackley (“Nothin’ Bout Love Makes Sense”); Jamey Johnson (“In Color”); Tim Nichols (That’d Be Alright”); Bob DiPiero (“Till You Love Me”); and David Lee and David Turnbull (“Lucky Man”). The CD also features Desmond Myers and Kelsey Mula, alumni of Heart & Soul’s Noise! Camp, an annual two-week summer camp held at Vanderbilt University that gives students a first-hand look into the music industry. Only 1,000 copies of the CD will be sold at the festival. The cost will be $20 per CD, while supplies last, and all proceeds will go towards the Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation. Any remaining quantities of the CD will be available for purchase on the Heart & Soul Foundation’s website at www.heart.muzak.com, beginning May 5.
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