West L.A. Music Donates Autographed Sugarland Guitar
West LA Music in collaboration with country music duo, Sugarland recently donated an autographed guitar to benefit the Indio Youth Task Force at the Stagecoach Festival – California’s Country Music Festival. The event raised a total of $80,000 for the Indio Youth Task Force Charity.
Sugarland’s debut album sold over two million copies with songs such as “Baby Girl,” “Something More” and “Just Might (Make me Believe).” In addition, lead singer Jennifer Nettles teamed up with Bon Jovi for the number one Grammy winning hit, “Who says You Can’t Go Home.” This music duo is one of country music well-liked favorites.
California’s Stagecoach country music festival was held recently 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 featured performances by George Strait, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Brooks and Dunn, Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris 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, fostered and over seen by the police department, organizes, plans, and implements youth events. Its mission is to cultivate 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.