Introducing our

Featured Artist


Tricia Lynn of
TeeLynn Music

Tricia Lynn in 2020 created “Positive Change Vibrations” for her weekly live stream from her home studio.  Each month she selected a benefiting organization for awareness.

Tricia Lynn believes in the “power of vibration and the power of positive change.”  She wanted to create some small way to give back and bring awareness to organizations in need and for those who do for others as a full circle cause.  She was inspired because of her friends, family and also new fans who tuned into her weekly broadcast engaging with song requests and special notes of inspiration.  Her audience giving support and encouragement during a time when everyone had their own needs, just made her want to do more to grow awareness of diverse needs.

“Positive Change Vibrations” was created from a culmination of the necessity of virtual for fundraising and awareness of community needs and support, and youth mentorships creating outlets not always available, and from there TeeLynn Music was created. 

It’s passion is to help artists and communities spread the love of music, diversity, and supporting one another all year long, most especially the youth.  Tricia Lynn’s passion from a young age has been to collaborate with musicians and now most importantly giving youth diverse music and performance opportunities all year long. 

Tricia Lynn of TeeLynn Music sends a special thank you for your support and helping the continued love of music for community and youth!

cause of the month

January is National Personal Self-Defense Awareness Month

TeeLynn Music is supporting Doce Pares San Diego for the month of January.  

Doce Pares is actually the conglomeration of various styles that each founding Master brought into the organization when it was formed in 1932.”

“Presently, the Doce Pares Club – San Diego Council (locations in San Diego,  Chula Vista and Murrieta/ Temecula ) and it’s Headquarters in Banilad, Cebu City, Philippines, maintains and preserves the legacy of Doce Pares Eskrima by teaching the curriculum of the Doce Pares Original “Multi-Style” System of Eskrima in addition to the system of San Miguel Eskrima.”