Restless Heart To Host Music With A Mission Benefit
August 7, 2012 at 10:25 AM (PT)
Country group RESTLESS HEART will host the benefit MUSIC WITH A MISSION for the NASHVILLE RESCUE MISSION for the second year in a row. The event will take place on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14th at the SCHERMERHORN SYMPHONY CENTER in NASHVILLE at 7p (CT). Last year’s concert raised $70,000 for the MISSION.
This year’s benefit will feature RESTLESS HEART in concert with the NASHVILLE SYMPHONY, along with performances by AMY GRANT, RICKY SKAGGS, THE GATLIN BROTHERS, TRACY LAWRENCE and more. The evening will also feature a silent auction with items donated from artists such as GEORGE JONES, BILL ANDERSON, JACK WHITE, FOSTER THE PEOPLE, and others. Several items will only be available to bid on by visiting the MUSIC WITH A MISSION website.
“The NASHVILLE RESCUE MISSION has so many programs beyond just food and shelter—you can get your GED, counseling, spiritual support, plus help getting back to the work with classes in résumé writing, computer labs and so much more,” said DAVE INNIS of RESTLESS HEART and co-producer/musical coordinator for the event. “We are proud that our NASHVILLE SYMPHONY neighbor is so generously providing the SCHERMERHORN for a second time along with its GRAMMY Award winning orchestra.”
For more information, to purchase tickets, or to bid on exclusive auction items, visit www.mwmnashville.com.
To learn more about RESTLESS HEART, visit their website at www.RestlessHeartBand.com.