ReTune Nashville Names Performers For October 23rd Benefit
October 7, 2010 at 3:24 PM (PT)
TENNESSEE non-profit RETUNE NASHVILLE will hold a benefit concert and art auction on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23rd at the gear storage facility and rehearsal space SOUNDCHECK in MUSIC CITY.
The music and live art auction will feature a gallery of artwork created from instruments that were damaged in the MAY floods in MUSIC CITY, as well as a from JEREMY LISTER, ANTHONY SMITH, EDDY RAVEN, KENTUCKY THUNDER and more to be announced.
RETUNE NASHVILLE Founder SHERI ONEAL said: “NASHVILLE is a melting pot of music, and we wanted to represent that diversity at our event. This event is really an opportunity to not only raise money for NASHVILLE’s uninsured musicians affected by the MAY floods, but also to honor the creativity of MUSIC CITY with our performers supplying attendees with a mixture of music styles -- traditional Country, Southern Rock, singer-songwriter, Folk, Rock and Blues. We’ve definitely corralled some of the best talent NASHVILLE has to offer with both our art and our music.”
Tickets for the event are $35 in advance. They are available at www.retunenashville.org. Proceeds from ticket, merchandise and artwork sales will directly benefit NASHVILLE’s uninsured musicians through MUSICARES NASHVILLE FLOOD RELIEF and the NASHVILLE MUSICIANS ASSOCIATION FLOOD RELIEF FUND.