Nashville Music Community Comes Together For Seneff Benefit

Joel Seneff

Joel Seneff

Phil Keaggy, Petra, Kenny Marks, Rick Cua, Michael Omartian, Gordon Kennedy, and many other members of the Christian music community are coming together to perform at a benefit for Christian music attorney Greg Seneff and his wife Cheryl, who lost their 24-year-old son Joel in a tragic motorcycle accident in July.

“Sene-fit”–A Concert Of Love For The Seneffs will take place at 7 p.m. CT on Oct. 29 at Belmont Church on Music Row. Proceeds from the upcoming concert will go toward expenses associated with Seneff Jr.’s accident and funeral.

“Greg Seneff is a most beloved member of the Christian music community,” says concert promoter Brian Mason. “He has given selflessly of himself to so many. This opportunity to bless him and his wife is just a small token of how much we love Greg and his family.”

Tickets for the benefit go on sale Friday (Oct. 4) and are $20 for adults, $10 for children. Tickets will be available at the door or can be purchased online at brianmason.com/sene-fit.htm.

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