TJ Martell Announces Hosts For Second Annual ‘Let’s Talk’ Dinner

TJThe T.J. Martell Foundation has confirmed table hosts thus far for its second annual Let’s Talk Nashville event on Sept 10th at the Hutton Hotel.

Founded by board member Ben Jumper, CEO of Soundcheck and Crew One Productions, Let’s Talk Nashville allows table sponsors and invited guests to dine and engage in conversation with some of Nashville’s most interesting and influential people in sports, music and business.

Hosts include include Bob DiPiero (songwriter), Brenda Lee (performer), Hugh Howser (event planner), Danny Rowe (set designer for movies), Melissa Schleicher (makeup) and even Dennis Haskins (best known as “Mr. Belding” from Saved By The Bell).

Pictured (L-R): Bob DiPiero, Brenda Lee, Hugh Howser.

Pictured (L-R): Dennis Haskins, Bob DiPiero, Brenda Lee, Hugh Howser

Tables start at $2,000 and tickets are $200 each. For reservations or information call (615) 256-2002 or email Allyson Baggott.

Confirmed Table Hosts thus far include:

Tim Corbin – Vanderbilt baseball coach

Bob DiPiero – Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame Member

Dr. Scott Hiebert – The Associate Director of Cancer Research at the Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center (hematology and malignant blood cancers)

Hugh Howser – Lifestyle expert, TV personality and event planner for Nicole Kidman, Reba McEntire, Jake Owen, George Strait and many more.

Brenda Lee – Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and Country Music Hall of Famer

Danny Rowe – The props master for the ABC’s Nashville and films Iron Man, Thor and the Captain America

Dennis Haskins – Best known as “Mr. Belding” on the teen show Saved By The Bell, Dennis has worked as a music manager, agent and concert promoter for Tom Jones and Greg Allman

Melissa Schleicher – Makeup artist and hairstylist to celebrity clientele including Carrie Underwood, Alan Jackson, Loretta Lynn, and Lisa Marie Presley

Janice D. Holt – A private investigator whose story quickly became a Lifetime Network favorite in 2005

Mike Webb – The Senior Field Representative of Area 43: Tennessee for the NRA

Zac Adams – Director of Emmy-nominated film Nashville Rises and the multiple awarded mini-series Southern Haunts

Carl Meier – Co-founder of Nashville’s Black Abbey Brewing Company


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