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Wild Honey Foundation & Jody Stephens Presents

Big Star #1

Wild Honey Foundation & Big Star founding member Jody Stephens present a benefit celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the seminal Big Star #1 album, in support of the Autism Healthcare Cooperative. Big Star drummer Jody Stephens and his all-star ensemble, featuring Jeff Crawford (MD), Mike Mills of R.E.M, Chris Stamey, Skylar Gudasz, Brett Harris, Django Haskins, Charles Cleaver, Pat Sansone (Wilco), Audley Freed, and special guests Susanna Hoffs, The Lemon Twigs, Chris Price, Jon Auer (Posies), and Luther Russell will perform Big Star #1 in its entirety, along with songs from Big Star Radio City, Big Star Third, and select solo cuts from Big Star founder Chris Bell.

Jody Stephens’ ensemble will be supplemented by Wild Honey Orchestra regulars: Kaitlin Wolfberg, Emily Elkin, Lyn Bertles, Eric KM Clark, (strings), Sarah Kramer & David Ralicke (horns), and former Brian Wilson percussionist Nelson Bragg. After a lengthy hiatus, Jody and his Big Star Ensemble are back in LA to celebrate the landmark Big Star #1 album and rest of the band’s stunning catalog with style and passion. This will be an emotional, unforgettable evening for a great cause.

The show will benefit the Autism Healthcare Collaborative:

The Autism Healthcare Collaborative (AHC) is an internationally recognized non-profit organization committed to facilitating the medical and psychosocial stabilization of individuals and families living with autism.

Our Mission
The Autism Healthcare Collaborative provides a multidisciplinary team approach to the identification and treatment of the complicated medical comorbidities of autism by connecting medical experts to families and physicians around the world through medical videoconferencing.

AHC offers innovative solutions for individuals with autism, across the spectrum and throughout their lifetime, through comprehensive case management, community outreach, advocacy, and education.

Since 1994, WILD HONEY FOUNDATION, a 501c3 non-profit, has produced concerts, film screenings, online fundraisers, and live stream events to benefit autism treatment/research and members of the music community in need.