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Feeding the Soul Foundation Live Concert


Author and singer-songwriter Alex Woodard will celebrate the launch of his sophomore book/CD: For the Sender Love Is (Not a Feeling) with a special, one-off concert event on Friday April 11, at 6:30pm, at the Star Theatre in Oceanside. Hosted in collaboration with local nonprofit, Feeding The Soul Foundation, this wonderfully moving show will see Alex joined on stage by a number of critically acclaimed musicians, including Jordan Pundik (New Found Glory), Molly Jenson, Jack Tempchin (The Eagles) and many more very special guests. Together they will bring Woodard’s latest project to life, sharing the heartfelt letters that are at the center of the book with the songs that they inspired. Tickets are priced at $25 and proceeds from the show, together with donations, will be split between Feeding The Soul and Ecolife, whose core mission is to provide ecologically sustainable water, food, and shelter to communities through education-applied programs.


In this second book in the For The Sender series, Woodard once again weaves his own compelling story through those of five others, whose letters tell of ordinary people living extraordinary lives, showing tremendous courage and acts of kindness on a daily basis. Accompanying the book is an album of 13 songs inspired by these letters.


“The stories and songs that are at the very heart of the For The Sender project are about the extraordinary things that can happen in ordinary moments when love looks like an action, not a feeling,” said Woodard. “There’s some kind of resurrection born in these small things we do for each other, and this chance to start over in every moment is the thread running through this latest book and accompanying album.”


“Alex has an amazing gift to take simple letters and turn them into extraordinary and heartfelt songs that really make you stop and appreciate life,” says Vallie Gilley, founder of Feeding the Soul Foundation. “The emotions in his book and songs are so authentic that if you don’t know Alex already, you will by the end.”


Ecolife will benefit at the request of the family of recently-passed, beloved San Diego broadcaster, Loren Nancarrow, whose tremendously inspiring and moving story is one of the five featured in the new For The Sender book.


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