ReTune Nashville Raises Nearly $20,000 For Musicians Affected By The Flood
October 28, 2010 at 8:39 AM (PT)
TENNESSEE nonprofit RETUNE NASHVILLE raised nearly $20,000 for musicians’ flood relief at the OCTOBER 23rd BENEFIT CONCERT AND ART AUCTION EVENT, with nearly 500 people in attendance. The event was held at NASHVILLE’s music storage and rehearsal facility SOUNDCHECK, featuring recycled flood damaged instruments turned into artwork, live music, a live & silent auction and complimentary food & beverages.
Musical performers included SEAN SMITH, SEAN O’BRYAN SMITH, JEREMY LISTER, ANTHONY SMITH, JAMIE O’NEAL, EDDY RAVEN, KENTUCKY THUNDER, and DEREK ST. HOLMES.
RETUNE NASHVILLE continues their efforts through the end of the year and into 2011 with the launch of an online auction on NOVEMBER 1st to continue to raise funds for uninsured musicians affected by the flood through MusiCares Nashville Flood Relief and the Nashville Musicians Association Flood Relief Fund.
To bid on items or for more information about RETUNE NASHVILLE, visit www.retunenashville.org.