Sunday night at The 5 Spot in East Nashville was a special occasion for multiple reasons.See the Photos
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Nashville — and, in general, all corners of the music industry and creative space — is filled at every turn with talented women. Some are musicians, others are entrepreneurs, and all of them are working hard to make their way in a world where recognition is often hard to come by.
For the past year, Erin McLendon has provided an opportunity for these female creatives to shine at Nashville’s popular EXIT/IN.Read more
We hosted the December edition of our Underground Writers Round at Nashville’s historic Douglas Corner Cafe on Friday night.
To round out the year, we brought it HOME.See the Photos
We’ll return to Douglas Corner Cafe on Friday, December 13 at 9 p.m. for the final Underground Writers Round of 2019.
And, in the spirit of the season, we’ve decided it’s time to give back.Learn more
Brother Dusty believes in giving back. In this case, that means using the revenue generated from his debut single to aid those without clean water.Hear the single
Nashville-based bluegrass artist Sierra Hull announced her ‘Christmas Time Is Here’ tour on Friday, designed to give back to several communities across the midwest and south this holiday season.
Each of the four tour stops will be partnered with Toys for Tots and/or a local food bank, seeking to ease the stress of the holidays for the less fortunate. Each attending fan who donates an unwrapped toy, canned foods, or makes a monetary donation to the local food bank on-site will receive a free, signed poster for Hull’s Grammy-nominated latest release, Weighted Mind, while supplies last.
Together, with her band (Justin Moses, Kai Welch, Eddie Barbash, Ethan Jodziewicz, and Jamie Dick), Hull aims to bring Christmas joy to those attending the shows and those in need this December. Details on each tour stop are below:
Dec. 7 — Sheldon Concert Hall — St. Louis, MO
(Toys for Tots, canned food, and monetary donations accepted for St. Louis Area Foodbank)
Dec. 8 — Franklin Theatre — Franklin, TN
(Toys for Tots, canned food, and monetary donations accepted for Second Harvest Food Bank)
Dec. 20 — Tangled String Studios — Huntsville, AL
(Monetary donations accepted for Food Bank of North Alabama)
Dec. 21 — Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts — Franklin, NC
(Toys for Tots, monetary donations accepted for Macon County Care Net)
Tonight, the Love Ran Red Foundation will host its Beer, Wine, & Swine benefit for adults with autism and developmental disabilities at 5047 Hamilton Blvd. in Wescosville, PA. For $20, patrons will enjoy barbecue, craft beer, local wines and, of course, live music.
One of the musicians performing, contemporary Christian artist Daimon Price, will perform on the benefit with his 16-year-old son, Jareth, supporting a cause that hits close to home. The below piece are Daimon’s own words about the importance of using music to support a cause.
This Saturday, November 10, our original home in the Lehigh Valley, PA will host Beer, Wine & Swine, a fundraiser for the Love Ran Red Foundation, which provides programs and services adults with autism and developmental disabilities.
We checked in with some of the performers on this benefit — namely, Sean Liebert and Corey Costa — who will join award-winning Americana band Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway and others on the bill. The trio shares their thoughts on supporting the cause and what’s in store this Saturday.
The Underground Music Collective grew out of a love of music and the impact it can have on a community. With that, we want to highlight what musicians all over America are doing to give back to their communities.
Today, we start our Music For Your Community series back at home in the Lehigh Valley region in eastern Pennsylvania. That’s where Americana band Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway are working together with the Love Ran Red Foundation on a benefit this Saturday, November 10.
A host of Lehigh Valley-based talent gathered at Bethlehem’s Artisan Wine & Cheese Cellars on Tuesday night to raise funds for the American Cancer Society’s “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign.