"Muso" or "musos" are terms used widely in parts of the world to describe a musician or group of musicians with passion and dedication to their music.
A Can-Do Muso is a musician with challenges who is very passionate about their music.
We use the word "challenges" with Can-Do Musos because, quite often disability gets mis-interpreted as inability. People with challenges can overcome them and be empowered and successful.
Can Do Musos was established to promote and support musicians who face "challenges" in their lives from all over the world.
L-R: Joe Hardy, Andrew Hewitt, Mike Mignogna, David Segal, Dom Famularo
at Double Tree Inn during NAMM in Anaheim, California - 25th January 2015
Angelo Pentaris is a drummer from Athens, who is currently living in Los Angeles, California. Angelo recently graduated with Deans Honours from Los Angeles College of Music, has never let Cerebral Palsy stand in his way.
To read more about Angelo, please Click Here
If you are a passionate musician who lives with a disability, and would like to share your story across the globe, whether you play drums, guitar, sing, play sax, or even sousaphone, we would love to hear from you.
Please when giving us information, make it your story.
To see other episodes, please visit our Can-Do Musos TV page.
Doing it because "WE CAN"
Hosted by Andrew Hewitt
Each week, THE CAN-DO RADIO SHOW will feature music, gigs and interviews from musicians who each have a challenge to overcome. We only play music from artists featured on this website.
For 1 hour each week, your host Andrew Hewitt, will be playing a blend of Pop, Rock, Metal, Blues, Country, even Classical.
So much talent all over the world gets overlooked because of a disability. We are trying to change those attitudes and show the world, despite the odds... WE CAN.
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