Alert: Got this email from Dave Pomeroy (president of the Nashville Musician's Union). Sounds like a fabulous show, a unique art viewing and buying opportunity, and a very worthy cause.
Please consider attending this event and perhaps purchasing a piece of history. ReTune Nashville is a concerted effort by dozens of Nashville visual artists who have taken many flood damaged instruments and turned them into pieces of art! Check out their website below for more details. This event on Saturday is months in the making, and will raise money for our Flood Relief Fund, which has provided financial relief for over 70 Nashville residents thus far. Here are the details, and thanks in advancefor supporting this great community effort.
ReTune Nashville To Benefit Flood Relief Fund and MusiCares
Tickets are on sale now for ReTune Nashville's Benefit Concert and Art Auction event Saturday, Oct. 23 at Soundcheck.
Advance admission is $35 and includes:Music from Jamie O'Neal, Anthony Smith, Jeremy Lister and morePresentation of over 70 artwork pieces created from flood damaged instruments, with a small selection available for live auction during the event.Complimentary food and beveragesFor more information visit ReTune online at www.retunenashville.orgTo purchase tickets go to www.retunenashville.eventbrite.com
Thanks as always, for your support!Dave PomeroyPresident, Nashville Musicians Association, AFM Local 257