City Winery Hosts Nepal Benefit Concert Tomorrow

city wineryCity Winery Nashville is hosting The Help Rebuild Nepal Benefit Concerts on May 16 and May 23 to aid the country following the devastating earthquake.

Tomorrow’s concert (May 16) will feature Keb’ Mo’, Jack Pearson, Phil Keaggy, John Oates and more.

On May 23, City Winery welcomes Kathy Mattea, Leigh Nash, Melanie, Jim Lauderdale, Peter Bradley Adams and other special guests.

All net proceeds from ticket sales of these events will benefit Revolutions Per Minute’s When Disaster Strikes Fund. RPM is a nonprofit agency that provides artists with strategy and support for their activism and philanthropy. RPM was founded in 2005 by musicians, managers, and advisors from bands including Pearl Jam, The Beastie Boys, and R.E.M.

In past years, City Winery has raised $200,000+ to aid in disaster relief for crises including 2013 Hurricane Sandy, 2011 Tsunami in Japan and 2010 Earthquake in Haiti with the power of awareness through live music.

For more information, visit citywinery.com.

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