Dillon Carmichael Celebrates LP Release At Grand Ole Opry
Dillon Carmichael celebrated the release of his Dave Cobb-produced LP Hell On An Angel at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday, Oct. 30.
2019’s Rumble On The Row Adds Two More Rounds
The Charley Foundation, the Nashville-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which supports area children’s charities, has announced two additional “Rumble on the Row” bouts scheduled for the 15th Annual Ringside: A Fight for Kids gala happening Friday, March 1 in Liberty Hall at The Factory in Franklin, Tennessee.
Country artist Andy Velo dukes it out with Brandon Perdue (A&R/Creative Director at Riser House Entertainment/Song Factory), and Jenny Sciullo (co-owner of Phivestarr Productions) will dance in the ring with entertainment attorney Farrah Usmani (Loeb & Loeb).
Previously announced “Rumble on the Row” bouts include Scott Gaines (APD/MD PM Drive at Kicks 101.5 Atlanta) vs. Chris Waters (Director of Promotion, Pearl Records), and Adam Davis (Content Director, Sony Music Nashville) vs. Alan Bullington (co-founder and CEO, MGC Sports).
Ringside: A Fight for Kids is an action-packed evening of gourmet dining, music, surprise celebrity guests, a silent auction with numerous one-of-a-kind items and boxing. This year’s gala theme will be “80s Prom.”
Leadership Music Virtual Food Drive Happening Now
For the sixth year, Leadership Music is organizing a Virtual Food Drive to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. The program began Nov. 5 and continues through Friday, Nov. 16.
Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Nashville-based Leadership Music is a national nonprofit educational program for leaders in the entertainment industry. Through their donations to Second Harvest over the past five years, Leadership Music alumni and friends have supplied more than 328,000 meals for hungry children, families and seniors in Middle Tennessee.
“We appreciate our friends in the Leadership Music family, who always generously support our mission through their Virtual Food Drive,” says Jaynee Day, president and CEO of Second Harvest and a member of Leadership Music’s Class of 2012. “Year after year, it continues to set the bar as our top Virtual Food Drive. Leadership Music has raised more than $80,000 in the past five years and we couldn’t be more grateful for their commitment in helping us fight hunger in Middle Tennessee.” For every dollar donated, Second Harvest can provide four meals.
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