Live From The Multi-Verse Is More Than a Concert

After a three year hiatus, the media organization Free Music for Free People (FM4FP) has returned for its fourth spring showcase, Live From the Multi-Verse, on Saturday, April 13, at Mercury Cafe.

FMFFP founder Mona Magno says this event will be unlike any other she has created. 

"I'm bringing in different art forms to put on a storyline of the multi-verse. There's going to be characters in the crowd enhancing the audience's experience," she says, "We have a lot of silly things planned, so I'm excited to execute it with the people who have been on the planning team and helped build this."



Twin Flame Medicine on Music's Healing Power

Mona Magno, aka Monalicious, has a passion for building community. She performs with the band Twin Flame Medicine, organizes the nonprofit Free Music for Free People, is a partner artist with Youth on Record, and helps run the music-networking event Balanced Breakfast Denver. Each of these roles involves her love of music as well as her desire to create safe spaces for other artists in the community to network, learn and share their art.

Now she wants to celebrate that community. On Friday, April 13, her band, Twin Flame Medicine, will release its self-titled album. For the release, Magno has booked performances by other Denver artists that have influenced her.  .... READ MORE


Turning young people into artists, for an afternoon or for a lifetime

Giving young people access to the things they need to make art can do two very good things: help them navigate the present and provide them options for a future as a professional artist. But both can require them to get out of their comfort zones. .... READ MORE


Grandoozy Spotlights More Than Music During 3-Day Festival

“Our mission is to empower youth through creative education,” said Mona Magno, Program Lead for Youth on Record… WATCH FULL VIDEO + SEE NEWS ARTICLE