"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.

Introducing Can-Do Musos

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

 

Can-Do Musos Featured Artist

Can-Do Muso - Tony Dee

Tony Dee (aka Tony Doevendans) is a Brisbane-born artist who loves simply putting a smile on people's faces (or sometimes a tear of nostalgia) with his swinging tunes and gentle love songs from the early jazz days to the 1950's and beyond.

Tony fronted the UK Channel 4 "Yes I Can" campaign for the British Paralympics Team for Rio 2016 together with 9 other Can-Do Musos members.

To read more about Tony, please Click Here

 

Donate to Can-Do Musos

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Sign Up to Join Can-Do Musos

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, give us as much information as you can, and make it your story.

International Day for People with a Disability 2016 - Andrew Hewitt

Courtesy of Norman Hermant and ABC-TV & Radio Australia

If you do one thing for Andrew Hewitt on this International Day of People with Disability, it is this: park your sympathy at the door.

"Don't feel sorry for me. Because I don't," he said.

Australian Can-Do Musos founding member, Andrew Hewitt was honoured with a story about him, drumming,teaching and Can-Do Musos nationwide across Australia on ABC-TV News 24 and ABC-Radio.

Along with Andrew, in the video is Can-Do Muso, David Rowlands.

A special thanks to Norman Hermant from the ABC for compiling the story.

Andrew's interview was also heard on ABC Radio's AM Show and is in "print" on ABC News website.

Can-Do Musos to open The NAMM Show 2017

A group of musicians from Can-Do Musos will be performing on Center Stage at The NAMM Show 2017 in Anaheim, California. Those performing are: Andrew Hewitt, David Segal, Joe Hardy, Mark Goffeney, Brandon Mendenhall and Nate Stockton.

Details:
The NAMM Show
Center Stage
Thursday 19th January 2017
11am - 11:40am

For more information, please visit www.namm.org.

Can-Do Radio Show

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. Hosted by Andrew Hewitt. The show is aired on DrumTalk Radio on Wednesday nights at 7pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time), then podcasted via Podomatic.

Can-Do Musos TV

Based on the popularity of the Can-Do Radio Show, we decided in December 2015 to launch Can-Do Musos TV via a channel on Vimeo.

This gives an opportunity for musicians with a disability to be seen all over the world performing, whether it be live gig videos, official production videos and even tv appearances. Hosted by Andrew Hewitt.

Check out all the episodes on Vimeo.

British Paralympics "Yes I Can" campaign

In May 2016, some of our Can-Do Musos members travelled to London (UK) to be part of a promotion for Channel 4 TV London. We're The Superhumans to benefit the British Paralympics Team.

The promotion was launched on July 14 2016.

Can-Do Musos members involved in the project are: Tony Dee and Neill Duncan from Australia, Alvin Law from Canada, Marc Playle from England, Greg Anton, Bill Clements, Sujeet Desai, Mark Goffeney, Patrick Henry Hughes, and Dean Zimmer from the United States.