The Bluebird Café will host a performance by husband and wife team Monty Powell and Anna Wilson tonight (11/27). The show will benefit NSAI’s legislative efforts on behalf of songwriters in Washington DC. Although the event is sold out, a limited number of seats will be available at the door beginning at 8:30pm. The evening will be taped for a live CD, available in the new year.
JT Hodges will host his second annual Holiday Howler charity event at the Gibson Showroom (1121 Church Street) at 6 p.m. on Dec. 3 with additional performers Chris Stapleton, Jonathan Singleton and Whitney Duncan.
Benefitting the Brown Dog Foundation, the evening will feature door prizes, a silent auction, free drinks and doggie bags for furry friends. Tickets can be purchased at www.browndogfoundation.org or for a $5 donation at the door.
Tickets are going fast for the 6th annual Jeffrey Steele & Friends benefit concert on March 12 at the Franklin Theatre with Billy Ray Cyrus, Chris Janson, LoCash Cowboys and The Shuggah Pies.
To be hosted by Storme Warren, the event will benefit the Alex LeVasseur Memorial Fund and the Brentwood YMCA with a live auction and a separate VIP package including a wine, food, and live music reception, hosted by Carrabba’s. Additional artists are expected to be announced leading up to the event.
YEP and Musicians On Call’s Young Professional Committee will team up for an open mic night delivering the “30 greatest karaoke songs of all time” onstage at Exit/In tomorrow (11/28) at 8 p.m. Tickets are currently available for the Musicians On Call benefit at a discounted $5 here.
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