Phamous Mockingbird, a Phish tribute act based out of Chicago, IL, (see Instagram & YouTube), sent showering praise for what the Mockingbird Foundation does "to give towards music education for our youth and [they] want to help out where we can!" So, they're planning to donate to Mockingbird half of any proceeds from their live album release tomorrow (2/2/21 at 10am EST) on BandCamp. Check 'em out, support good tunes, and help fundraise for music education!
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