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Creedence Clearwater Revisited Headlines ‘Concert for a Cause’ to Benefit the Museum of Making Music and Friends of San Pasqual Academy 

Victoria Wasylak • Supplier Scene • May 14, 2019

NAMM’s Museum of Making Music (MoMM) and Friends of San Pasqual Academy have joined forces to present a show from Creedence Clearwater Revisited on Wednesday, September 25, at the Belly Up Tavern, in Solana Beach, California. The evening will feature the group’s founding members, Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Stu Cook and Doug “Cosmo” Clifford, backed by their full band.

Proceeds from the evening will support each organization’s creative work to prepare at-risk youth for lifelong success and will highlight the organizations’ shared belief in music making as a positive force for people of all ages.

“In the cause of benefitting society and those we serve with the healing power of music, we are thrilled to partner with Friends of San Pasqual Academy. And, we are honored and excited to celebrate our causes with the iconic sounds of the Creedence Clearwater Revisited as part of this annual funding event,” said Carolyn Grant, executive director of the Museum of Making Music.

“Music today is everywhere and plays a fundamental role in all aspects of life. A magical language, music is one of our oldest forms of communication. It resonates with life itself, like a heartbeat providing a rhythm that is uniquely comforting. This is why all cultures use music to convey stories, emotions, history, religion and so much more. Music provides a powerful avenue through which we remember past events, keeping people connected to the wider world and stimulating their minds and emotions. We’re honored to be part of this great tradition,” offered band members Stu Cook and Doug “Cosmo” Clifford.

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