Time to Feed Your Musical Soul

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The Feeding the Soul Foundation is made up of three generous women who bring concert ideas straight from the founder’s coffeeshop to the stage; each one benefits a different local, national or global charity.

The foundation is hosting a CD release benefit concert on Saturday at the Auditorium at the Neuroscience Institute in La Jolla. Tickets, unfortunately, have already sold out for $50 a pop. Luckily though, the Feeding the Soul: Vol. 1-Family Dinner CDs -- featuring all 11 performers, plus three more -- are still available.

Some of the artists included on the CD are Bushwalla -- who performed his latest hit, “I Raise Up” on NBCSanDiego on Friday -- Tristan Prettyman, Raining Jane, Dawn Mitschele and Alex Woodard.

This weekend's concert will benefit the Lewy Body Dementia Association, which supports sufferers of the Parkinson’s-like disease, and their families and caretakers. It’s a cause that is close to the founder and president of the Feeding the Soul Foundation, Vallie Gilley, whose mother is fighting the disease.

The benefit CD also contains a cookbook-let with recipes for three family-style meals for large parties. Proceeds from the CD benefit SuperFood Drive, which promotes health and well-being. 

Good music for a great cause.  Why not?

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