Benefits: Todd Cerney’s Cancer Fund; Bluegrass for the Homeless

Todd Cerney

•••Singer/songwriter Todd Cerney, the writer of hits including “Good Morning Beautiful,” and “I’ll Still Be Loving You” has been diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. The Grammy nominee and ASCAP Country Song of the Year winner has had cuts by Lynyrd Skynyrd, Etta James, Cheap Trick, The Four Tops / Aretha Franklin, Levon Helm, Jason And The Scorchers, John Anderson, The Whites and many more. A bank account to help with medical costs has been set up at Regions Bank’s Music Row branch. Donations can be made at any Regions branch or can be mailed to: Friends of Todd Cerney Account
, Regions Bank, 
1600 Division St., Nashville, TN 37203 or call 615-748-2792. Messages for Todd can be posted at www.caringbridge.org/visit/toddcerney or email Todd at [email protected] For more details contact [email protected]

•••The 11th annual Christmas Bluegrass Benefit Concert for the Homeless will be held Sun., Dec. 12 at the Station Inn. Hosting will be Eddie & Martha Adcock, Donna Sonner, and Gene & June Johnson. Artists expected to perform include Darrin Vincent, Pam Gadd, Leroy Troy, Randy Waller, Roland White Band, and surprise guests. Suggested minimum donation at the door is $15. Donation ideas also include soap, shampoo, toothbrushes and paste, deodorant, razors, shave cream, combs, travel-size tissues, new socks and underwear, washcloths, sewing kits, pens, pencils and small notebooks. All proceeds and gifts will be distributed through Room In The Inn.

•••Hit tunesmiths Andrew Dorff, Josh Kear, Barry Dean and Luke Laird will play at 9 PM on Dec. 1 at the Bluebird Cafe to benefit UCLA Brain Cancer Research.

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