Can’d Aid is working to donate music instruments to public schools in need. To date, over 400 string, brass, and electronic instruments have been distributed to classrooms nationwide.
Can’d Aid teams up with its TUNES Ambassadors to host one-of-a-kind music workshops taught by nationally touring musicians…teaching kids how to jam to blues, rock, funk, bluegrass n’ more.
Can’d Aid provides students with scholarships for private music lessons in the budding musician’s instrument of choice. This key one-on-one time helps spread the TUNES love!
Supporting Emerging Musicians
We partner with nationally touring musicians to provide much needed support as bands grow their careers – through in-studio, touring, and equipment support.
Cultivating Visual Art
We team up with local artists to create live paintings, community murals and unique art pieces that increase access to art for all.
As TUNES ambassadors, this Grammy award winning bluegrass band is spreading TUNES love by helping raise funds, hosting music workshops + more!
This hydro funk, three-piece suit, hails from Colorado and is taking the jam scene by storm. When not filling venues, they teach hands on guitar workshops for the next generation.
This Kentucky-grass foursome blends bluegrass, rock and jam genres for a unique sound that’s sure to get you dancing. As ambassadors, they’re passionate about getting instruments in as many kids’ hands as possible.
Hailing from Philly, Mo Lowda is working hard to bring their progressive songwriting and energetic live performances to the masses. They’re fired up about spreading TUNES love with public schools while on the road.
When this quintessential Colorado string band isn’t busy lighting up the stage, they are in schools working with children to help foster the next generation of musicians.
This North Carolina bluegrass powerhouse is touring the country by storm and wowing fans with their pickin’ chops.
These pop/rockers have grown from a high school garage band into a full-scale rock machine. The guys help spread do-goodery by leading music workshops and helping raise money for TUNES programs.