Musicians Corner Announces “Music With A Mission” Concert Series

Alliance Partners HSP LLC and Musicians Corner have partnered to bring free, mid-day music to downtown Nashville with the ‘Music with a Mission’ Concert Series at the Nashville City Center. Held every Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. beginning July 12 through Nov. 15, Music with a Mission will be an opportunity for downtown tenants, employees and visitors to enjoy performances while giving back to local charities.

Carey Ott and Emily Earle will kick off the inaugural concert series on the plaza of Nashville City Center on Thursday, July 12. Ott has played at Nashville’s Live On The Green and receives regular spins on Lightning 100, and Earle – the niece of country legend Steve Earle and cousin of Justin Townes Earle –was a top 25 finalist on NBC’s The Voice. These performances on July 12 will benefit Room In The Inn, a local nonprofit addressing homelessness in Nashville.

On July 19, Scott Mulvahill and Baylor Wilson will perform at the downtown concert series. Mulvahill recently left his gig in Ricky Skaggs’ band, Kentucky Thunder, to focus on his solo career, and Wilson is pursuing music through his publishing deal with Station West/Sea Gayle
Music Publishing.

The July 26 installment will include music from Tony Lucca and Parker McKay.

Since its inception in 2010, Musicians Corner has showcased more than 1,000 artists in Centennial Park.

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