Friday, May 21, 2010
CULLEY & ELLIOTT/ WORLD MUSIC NASHVILLE
In partnership to help our young musician flood victims
Kerrville Folk Festival Winners Culley & Elliott used last weekend’s concerts at the Filling Station in Kingston Springs to kick off a very special flood relief benefit. Culley & Elliott raised more than $750 and collected donated instruments during the concerts.
In partnership with World Music Nashville, Culley & Elliott are raising funds to replace the many instruments lost in the flood by our community’s children, as well as creating a longer term fund to provide music lessons that may no longer be affordable for flood victim’s families.
You can donate money and instruments in person at World Music Nashville for this on going effort. There will also be a prize raffle held over the next several weeks to include a very special donation by the Country Music Hall of Fame; 2 free day passes and 2 free family passes for a year. In addition, we have secured donations by Nash Guitars (a highly sought after Relic Strat), Taylor & Martin Guitars, as well as Mesa Boogie and D’Addarrio and much more. These will be great prizes and all raffle funds will go to keep the instruments and the lessons in the hands of our community’s young musicians.
If you have any questions or would like to make a monetary or instrument donation please come by World Music Nashville store in Bellevue or contact Lisa Singletary at 615-425-0256