Mustard Seed School Benefit Concert with Cary Farley
Cary Farley’s live performance to a packed house at Three Stages, Folsom Lake College last Saturday, displayed a spectrum of material, and proves that stage performance is more than just making music. Fans of many music genres come to hear Farley and bandmates Demian Meng, Joanne Wright, Paul Relvas and Tim Metz perform each year for the annual Mustard Seed Benefit Concert.
Farley is mostly known as a soloist musician in the Sacramento area. Inspired by a variety of artists, he composes and writes all of his own music, which is available on iTunes, Amazon and Pandora.
Mustard Seed School was established in 1989 to help meet the needs of homeless children, and is managed by Loaves & Fishes.
"Cary’s music event is a creative way of connecting others to the plight of our homeless children at Mustard Seed School. He is a teacher and understands the essentials that every child needs – family, education and a home,” says Sister Libby Fernandez, a member of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, and executive director of Loaves & Fishes.
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