Dance along to the brand new Wrestlers video, featuring Twin Shadow and D’Angelo Lacy, encouraging all Houstonians to let loose and de-stress—while maintaining their social distance around H-Town—and advocating fundraising support for Houston Music Foundation.
Produced by Bear Hands Media, a Houston-based boutique film production studio, the video was created to inspire a socially distanced dance party across Texas.
The video was also designed to support the Houston Music Foundation‘s efforts to provide grants to our professional Houston Musicians affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Filmed near Buffalo Bayou Park (now officially closed along with all City of Houston parks) and around the Heights, the video featured gleefully fun, carefree, and sometimes downright silly dancing in front of temporarily shuttered H-Town landmarks and people’s front yards.
Raising Funds to Support Local Houston Musicians
Houston Music Foundation introduced a fund to raise to offer local professional musicians a one-time, $500 emergency relief grant to help after the loss of projected payments from canceled shows.
One-time and monthly donations, in any amount, are welcomed. All donation amounts are highly appreciated and valued. Gifts to this fund, collected in partnership with Artists for Artists, are 100% tax-deductible.
Artists for Artists is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 corporation.
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More About Houston Music Foundation
Houston Music Foundation was established as a crisis relief fund in 2020 and dedicated to supporting working musicians in Houston. The goal of Houston Music Foundation is to raise funds for local musicians residing in Harris County during times of crisis, and to get donations into the hands of those in need as quickly as possible. Qualified applicants are eligible for a one-time grant of $500.
This fund is an extension of 501(c)3 nonprofit organization Artists for Artists created to support musicians by way of Houston Music Foundation’s Crisis Relief Fund.