The Woods At Fontanel Plans Benefit For Flood Relief, Adds Songwriters To Lineup
July 6, 2010 at 10:43 AM (PT)
THE WOODS AT FONTANEL, outside of NASHVILLE, TN, have announced that their inaugural event will be the Songwriters Sing for NASHVILLE,” a benefit for MIDDLE TENNESSEE flood relief on SATURDAY, JULY 17th from 4:30-8p (CT). Now, because of ‘overwhelming response,’ they have added an additional group of songwriters to perform on the GIBSON TUNESMITH STAGE from noon-4p (CT).
"I was blown away by the writers who committed to donate their time and talent for the original concert on The WOODS stage," said songwriter ROGER MURRAH, also, Board Chairman of the NASHVILLE SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME FOUNDATION. "But when more hit writers started calling asking to be a part of this special event, I knew we had to figure out a way to get them out there."
Some of the songwriters new to the lineup include CHUCK CANNON, DANNY FLOWERS, BILLY BURNETTE and others.
THE WOODS AT FONTANEL amphitheatre has a seating capacity of 2500, and tickets are only $19.99 per person with kids under 12 admitted free. All ticket proceeds and all receipts from the day’s tours at the FONTANEL MANSION will be donated to FIRST TENNESSEE BANK for flood relief.