Jeffrey Steele & Friends Benefit Concert
Jeffrey Steele will host the 8th annual Jeffrey Steele & Friends benefit concert on March 10 at the Franklin Theatre in downtown Franklin. Performers will include Steele, Delbert McClinton, Chris Janson, LoCash, Alyssa Bonagura, Alissa Moreno, Adam James, The Shuggah Pies, and more.
The evening will also include a live auction. Only VIP tickets are still available for this event. For tickets visit franklintheatre.com.
The fundraiser benefits the Alex Le’Vasseur Memorial Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The fund supports programs and projects for overlooked youth in Middle Tennessee.
Benefit for Julianne and Tom Drenon
A benefit concert will be held Monday, Feb. 23, beginning at 7 p.m. at Tin Roof Nashville, to benefit Julianne and Tom Drenon, and their five-year-old daughter Charlese, who recently lost their home to a fire.
No Veteran Left Behind Concert
The 7th annual No Veteran Left Behind benefit concert, hosted by We Are Building Lives, will feature headliners Montgomery Gentry on March 29. The event will be held at Showtime Motorsports in Franklin, Tenn., beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Individual tickets are $125 per person. Tables are $1000. For tickets, visit wearebuildinglives.org.
The organization has achieved success over the past six years thanks to the support of artists including Three Doors Down, Teddy Gentry, Marty Stuart, Keni Thomas, Big Kenny, and Eric Lee Beddingfield, among many others.
Bluebird in the Boro
Bluebird in the Boro returns on March 2-4, 2015. The event will unite a dozen hit songwriters to support non-profit organization Alive Hospice. The 2nd annual Bluebird in the Boro will be held at Mayday Brewery, and will be presented by Reeves-Sain and St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital. Songwriters set to appear include Murfreesboro’s own Tim James and Dan Couch, as well as songwriters Marshall Altman, Dylan Altman, Jeff Cohen, Kendell Marvell, Marla Cannon, James Slater, Caitlyn Smith, Phil Barton, Matt Warren, and Phil O’Donnell.
Tickets are $100 and will include dinner from Five Senses restaurant in Murfreesboro.
Each evening concert will begin at 6 p.m. For more information, visit alivehospice.org.
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