West L.A. Music donates guitar autographed by Alan Jackson
LOS ANGELES, CA —May 2007 – West L.A. Music Donates an Alvarez acoustic guitar autographed by country music superstar Alan Jackson to benefit the Indio Youth Task Force. Jackson autographed the guitar at Stagecoach – California’s Country Music Festival. All together the event raised over $80,000 for the charity.
Alan Jackson’s first album “ Here in the Real World” was a major hit as was his second, “Don’t Rock the Jukebox”. His album “A lot of Livin” was huge success producing five major singles. The Grammy award- winning artist has won numerous awards over the years including entertaining and male vocalist of the year. Jackson’s success and popularity make him nothing short of a country music legend.
California’s Stagecoach country music festival was held this past May at the beautiful Empire Polo Field. Stagecoach is a two- day music festival featuring over thirty of country music’s best performing artists. This year’s festival included performances by George Strait, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Brooks and Dunn, Willie Nelson, Sara Evans and many more.
The Indio Youth Task Force was established in October of 1994 for the distinct purpose of connecting families and components of the community together in order to provide a positive direction for youth. The Indio Youth Task Force, over seen by the police department, organizes, plans, and implements youth events. Its mission is to foster extensive networking with several county agencies, youth organizations and service providers for the purpose of juvenile intervention and education. Additionally, the Indio Youth Task Force has sponsored conflict resolution education and motivational education to further develop the mental well being of youth.