Hit songwriter/producer/performer Victoria Shaw will appear with a cast of acclaimed musician friends in a concert to benefit the arts program at Nashville’s Abintra Montessori School. Headliners will include Shaw, along with country artists Bryan White, and Ty Herndon.
Also joining Shaw at the benefit, scheduled for Saturday March 27 at 7 p.m. at Limelight, will be award-winning songwriters Desmond Child, Gary Burr, Chuck Jones, Alex Call and more. In addition, the show will feature national syndicated radio personality Blair Garner (After MidNite with Blair Garner) and CNN Headline News anchor Robin Meade, who will perform.
“This is one of those rare Nashville moments when you can hear all these award-winning writers and artists under one roof,” says Shaw. “Limelight is a wonderful venue to see live music with a great sound system.”
Shaw’s recent successes include co-producing Grammy-winning, Platinum-selling trio Lady Antebellum. She is especially committed to the arts program at Abintra Montessori School, where she and some of the other performers are parents. This is the second year Shaw has organized a benefit for the school. Proceeds from the concert will support the Integrated Arts program at Abintra. The event will also feature a silent auction with works by local artists, signed celebrity musician memorabilia, and items donated by local retailers.
“I’m excited to be doing this again and bringing my talented friends to a cause I care so much about. It’s important to me to use my talents and resources in supporting Abintra’s unique arts program,” says Shaw.
Tickets for “Victoria Shaw and Friends” are $15. To purchase, click here.