Bassist Weldon Scott Collective with Brooke Wyatt, keys; Josh Green, drums; Jalen Baker, vibes; and Jillian Willis, vocals at the Houston Piano Company, Sat, August 27, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM CDT, 1600 West 13th Street, Houston, TX 77008.
About this event
LMMF welcomes Bassist Weldon Scott's return concert. Catch him on his journey from Cal State Los Angeles to MSM in New York. Weldon will present special music with a collective of friends and colleagues. Tickets at
Introducing Cellist Braylon Hughes
By Denise Powell, Posted on July 21 2022
Braylon Hughes, 16 and an aspiring cellist, is pursuing musical excellence. He began playing the cello in the 5th grade, exploring his musical potential through the instrument. The first tune Braylon mastered was "Dragonhunter" by Richard Meyer. He also esteems world-famous cellists such as Rostropovich, Yo-Yo Ma, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, and Jacqueline du Pre.
Zoom Interview with Del Atkins and Henrietta Robinson
Henrietta Robinson, musician/performer and faithful supporter of LMMF, took time to interview advisor Del Atkins. Click here for interview or copy and paste link in your browser: https://youtu.be/i-XjmAOBDBs
This is Us, This is Me CD Release Concert
Saturday, May 29, 2021, 5:00-6:30pm
The Houston Piano Company, 1600 W. 13th St., Houston, TX 77008
Presented in conjunction with Live Music Movement Foundation and Jazz Road.
$20.00, Tickets available at eventbrite.com only.
Click here to purchase.
Jalen Baker Quartet in Concert!
Southern Tour – Houston Stop
May 29, 2021 5:00 pm Houston Piano Company
Vibraphonist Jalen Baker
Jalen Baker, recipient of the Jazz Road touring grant, and his quartet will make a stop in Houston on May 29, 2021. The grant is “designed for emerging and mid-career artists around the entire country. Jazz Road Tours supports small, three- to six-site tours at an array of venue types, often in rural communities and other areas traditionally underserved by the genre.”
2020 was a chaotic year fraught with rapid change and uncertainty. It was also a time of stillness and reflection. The pandemic forced many people to slow down. Some chose to take a much-needed break. Some chose to focus on family life. Others, like Weldon Scott, chose to dig in and push the bounds of their creativity.
The year 2020 has ended. We are well on our way into 2021. Looking back to March 2020, we never could have imagined that the whole world would come to a screeching halt, but it did. 2020 is a year that will be talked about and studied for generations to come. There is hope that the world will get back to some sense of normalcy, and it may take some time before we return to our regular routines, but we will get there.
LMMF Hosted Instagram Training Session
LMMF partnered with Joe Langford of Art Official Intelligence in October 2020 to host an Instagram training session. Use of Instagram provides a new medium for LMMF to share information and promote the organization to new supporters.
A Letter to the LMMF Family
Dear LMMF Family,
Since our last email correspondence on March 4, the world has literally turned upside down. On March 5, Artistic Director Leslie Drayton and I traveled to Prague in the Czech Republic for an idyllic birthday vacation. We returned home March 12, exactly 24 hours before the ban on international travel was initiated and nothing has been the same since.
Jalen Baker, jazz vibraphonist and percussionist, gave an outstanding performance at Live Music Movement Foundation’s “Live Performances in Unusual Spaces” event on January 26, 2020 at Notsuoh. He also has the distinction of being the first artist to debut LMMF’s “New Artist Series” for 2020.