Every holiday season, bassist, producer and Nashville Musicians Association, AFM Local 257 President Dave Pomeroy puts together a collection of Nashville singers, songwriters and musicians to raise funds for Nashville’s Room In The Inn homeless program with the Nashville Unlimited Christmas Concert.
To celebrate the 20th year at Christ Church Cathedral, this year’s Nashville Unlimited Christmas Concert will be held Dec. 9-10 at 7 p.m., with a lineup including Emmylou Harris, Charles Esten, Riders in the Sky, The McCrary Sisters, Charlie McCoy, Andy Leftwich, Don Schlitz, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley, with more artists to come.
As always, this free concert is produced and hosted by Pomeroy, with a suggested minimum donation of $20, and all guests are invited to give more if they feel so moved, with all proceeds going to Room In The Inn. Seating is first come, first serve and doors will open at 6 p.m.. Since 1992, Pomeroy’s holiday concerts have raised more than $320,000 in donations for Room In The Inn.
“Nashville Unlimited Christmas celebrates the season with great holiday music while raising much-needed funds and increasing awareness of the great acts of love, kindness and understanding done for our community by Room In The Inn over the years,” said Pomeroy. “We urge all Nashvillians to come share in the true spirit of Christmas,” he added.
For more information, contact Room In The Inn at 615-251-7019 or Christ Church Cathedral at 615-255-7729.