Tree Vibez Music, founded by Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, is showing support for Music Row preservation efforts by teaming with The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Music Industry Coalition.
Tree Vibez has created limited edition “Music Row Junkie” T-shirts to raise funds. Money generated from sales of the shirts will support the design of a Music Row walking tour app, featuring stories and photos, that visitors and residents can use to experience Music Row’s history and unique story.
“Like so many others, Music Row has been a huge part of mine and Tyler’s career,” said Kelley. “We wanted to find a way to give back for all it’s given us and help preserve its legacy. We’re excited for these Music Row stories to educate and inspire music lovers from around the world for years to come!”
“We are delighted to have Tree Vibez Music join our efforts to shine a spotlight on Music Row’s rich contributions to America’s music history,” said David J. Brown, chief preservation officer and executive vice president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. “The proceeds from the sale of the limited edition T-shirt will help us bring to life Music Row’s past and plan for its future, while also giving people a fun way to show their passion for Music Row.”
“We’re very grateful to Brian, Tyler and Tree Vibez for spearheading this effort to nurture and preserve our city’s rich music heritage,” said Mike Kopp, chairman of the Music Industry Coalition. “This initiative offers music fans more than just a cool shirt. It will help fund an important project that will educate and inspire music lovers and Music Row visitors for years to come.”
The 100 percent cotton T-shirts are available for $30 at musicrowjunkie.com.
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