chords for a cause

“SUMERTIME ON THE ROW” BRINGS TOGETHER MUSICIANS FROM CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES TO SUPPORT MONROE CARELL JR. CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT VANDERBILT

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country superstar Jon Pardi heads the list of musicians from across Canada and the United States gathering June 9, 2015 beginning at 3 p.m. at Chords for a Cause “Summertime on the Row” to benefit Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Hosted at Dan McGuinness (1538 Demonbreun St., Nashville), the event will raise money for the Children’s Hospital’s Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Clinic and Music Therapy Program. Artists joining Pardi at the intimate acoustic event include Blackjack Billy, Hannah Blaylock, Levi Lowrey, Michelle Wright, Travis Meadows, Jordyn Stoddard along with many other singer/songwriters.

“Our event in January was incredibly successful and the fact that we’ve had such an amazing response from artists, we plan on doing two-to-three of these a year to continue awareness for all things Monroe Carell Jr,” said event organizer Chuck Schultz. Schultz is a long time member of the music community in Nashville as a music writer and community advocate.
All proceeds go directly to Monroe Carell Jr, Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Though there is no admission, donations are strongly suggested.