Our friends over at Country Music Tattle Tale are hosting a concert and auction to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Look at some of the artists they’ve got involved in this concert! Ash Bowers, The Carter Twins, newcomer Matt Gary, Fast Ryde … This is a show not to be missed. And, as the press release below tells us, 100 percent of the month raised will be going to Second Harvest.
You’ve got a little time to order your ticket and make your plans for this fundraising event. It’s going to be a fun day for everyone who attends! Here is the poster, followed by the press release about the show.
Country Music Tattle Tale is excited to announce the Country Music Food for the Soul Concert benefiting Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. This intimate, acoustic concert featuring Matt Gary, TelluRide, Ash Bowers, Fast Ryde, The Harters and the Carter Twins will be held at The Rutledge in downtown Nashville on Friday, June 11th at 2pm.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee has been hard at work to meet the needs of our community throughout the crisis from the recent floods. The widespread damage caused by the flooding throughout Tennessee resulted in 31 of the 46 counties in their service area to be classified as federal disaster areas. The flooding throughout Tennessee has affected our communities both personally and professionally, with many losing homes and belongings along with their jobs, businesses and income.
Keeping the Second Harvest Food Bank warehouse stocked for the ongoing needs of victims in our community is a necessity. Your support is more vital than ever to help them fulfill their mission to feed our neighbors in need throughout the long-term recovery and rebuilding process.
If you are unable to make it to the show you can still help! Starting Tuesday, May 25th Country Music Tattle Tale will be launching our online eBay auctions that will include autographed memorabilia from your favorite country music artists. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle TN.
I’m really deeply touched when I read every day what people are doing to help Nashville since the disastrous flooding there. Just can’s say “thank you” enough to people like Country Music Tattle Tale, Hands On Nashville, The American Red Cross, and the many, many churches and schools sending volunteers into the Nashville area to help with the cleanup and rebuilding.
If any of you get to the show, please send a picture or two my direction. I’d love to get it posted for you.
Hope everyone has a great Wednesday. I’ll talk to you real soon!