Edward Patrick Mooney began writing songs in his early teens and began playing in bands while in high school. After college, he was a songwriter and sang and played bass for a Los Angelese post-punk band that achieved critical acclaim. Over the past ten years he has been involved in youth ministry, parish music ministry, parish and diocese councils, community involvement as a youth coach, and is the co-founder of the Global University for Lifelong Learning, which brings educational and empowerment opportunities to some of the world’s poorest communities. In addition to Streets Of Rome, he is writing a musical based on the life and work of Father Junipero Serra, under permission from the publisher of a biography of the Father of the California Missions, “Life of Serra.”
Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Ukelele, Stand-up Bass
At a young age Ana Anzore discovered playing and singing music was a way to bring joy to others. In recent years she rediscovered the love of bringing music to others and made it her ministry, both as a parish and Cursillo musician and by performing in bands. She regularly performs for senior centers and Alzheimer care facilities. She is a singer and plays multiple instruments for Streets Of Rome on recordings and in live performances. She also performs with Homebrew – an Americana band from Petaluma, California.