Meet Music Row, a virtual silent auction offering valuable time with some of the music industry’s top executives, kicks off this Saturday (Sept. 5), with 100% of the proceeds going to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. The auction runs through Sept. 13.
Created by songwriter Barbara Cloyd and hosted by country duo Hasting & Co., bidders can win a 30-minute virtual meeting with some of the music industry’s key career-makers. This year’s auction features time slots with producer Dan Huff, CMT Senior V.P. of Music Strategy and Talent Leslie Fram, Make Wake Artists’ Chris Kappy (Luke Combs), Green Hills Music Publishing’s Woody Bomar, songwriter and publisher Liz Rose, Curb’s VP of Artist Development and A&R Laurel Kittleson, and more.
“I did an auction like this after the 2010 flood with a great result,” said Cloyd. “When the tornado and coronavirus gave Nashville a one-two punch, I knew it was time to do it again. My heart told me to give the money to Second Harvest because no matter what problems you are facing, you can’t deal with them if you don’t have food to eat.”
In addition to the auction, donations will be taken through the website, and t-shirts are available for purchase as well benefiting Second Harvest. To learn more about this year’s Meet Music Row silent auction, or to donate, bid, or purchase a t-shirt, visit meetmusicrow.com.
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