Restless Heart To Host Nashville Rescue Mission Benefit

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Restless Heart and the Nashville Symphony will host the third annual “Music With A Mission” fundraiser for the Nashville Rescue Mission on Nov. 17 at the Schermerhorn Center. Restless Heart, Randy Houser, Amy Grant, Tracy Lawrence, Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits, Melinda Doolittle and others will perform at the benefit, which will also feature The Nashville Symphony conducted by Jim Gray, and the Nashville Rescue Mission’s own choir.

WSMV-TV anchor Demetria Kalodimos and WSM morning show host Bill Cody will emcee the evening. A silent auction will feature items including a signed Alan Jackson guitar, a Charlie Daniels fiddle, Jason Aldean concert tickets, and more. Last year’s event raised over $140,000 for the Rescue Mission and Nashville’s homeless population.

“Thanks to all the staff, artists and volunteers who do the hard work to make this production a reality,” said Dave Innis, Restless Heart keyboards/vocalist and co-producer/musical coordinator for the event. “Our goal is to bring awareness to the plight of Nashville’s homeless men, women and children, and to highlight the tremendous work that Nashville Rescue Mission is doing to address their needs.”

General admission seating is $35.00 and $50.00, with box seating at $125.00 each. More information can be found online at mwmnashville.com or by calling (615) 687-6400.

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