Inspire America Benefit Concert for Kids Coming to Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley
Written by Natalie Davis on July 31, 2015
Wanted you to know about this very cool charity music event in advance. It’s a GREAT cause — you ought to go,so get your tickets now! The news comes via my friend B Alan Ladd of Nashville Flipside:
Random Music Group/Nashville and Renegade Radio Nashville are presenting an event at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville on Wednesday, August 5, 2015, to benefit THE INSPIRE AMERICA FOUNDATION’S Nashville outreach and mission that began in mid-June. Inspire America’s first initiatives include a children’s and seniors’ outreach in some of Nashville’s most needy inner-city communities as well as city-wide community clean-up and other projects including “Keep the Music Alive” to provide musical instruments to underprivileged children and “The Inspire Freedom Project” targeting child trafficking. Over 200 of Nashville’s neediest children, to start, will be affected by Pastor Marc Hewlett’s great work that helped so many in the Atlanta area over the past three years.
CONFIRMED TO PERFORM ARE:
BLUE MOTHER TUPELO
LOCKHART (Johnny Bulford & Janell Wheeler)
And we’ll feature a revolving house band with many of Nashville’s great side performers, incliding Jimmy Dormire, John Prestia, Eddie Heinzelman, Adam Fluhrer, Roy Vogy, Vail Johnson, Lee Hines, Peter Gallinari, Tim McDonald, Wes Little and more.
This is a great cause that will help many of our youngest and most impressionable have a great life away from the pressures that affect many of them.
ADMISSION IS ONLY $10.00!
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFO:www.randommusicgroup.com/rmglive-150805.html
*** IF YOU CAN’T ATTEND, please consider making a donation to The Inspire America Foundation and support their children’s programs. It’s easy at www.theinspireamericafoundation.org
ABOUT THE INSPIRE AMERICA FOUNDATION: The Inspire America Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to identifying and providing help in many areas of need. Current projects include an inner-city children’s outreach, led by Pastor Marc Hewlett, who recently spent three years in some of the worst neighborhoods in Atlanta; Keep the Music Alive, dedicated to providing musical instruments to needy children; and a number of other causes supporting children, homeless, storm recovery, inner-city, seniors and military family projects. Their Advisory Board includes prominent members of the business community, media and music business executives, performers and others. More information is available at www.theinspireamericafoundation.org.
CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION: John Haring, 615-974-4886, email@example.com