Come to Music City Roots and support The Nature Conservancy.
Every penny of your $10 ticket price on April 10 goes to The Nature Conservancy in Tennessee.
So bring friends, eat a biscuit, sip a drink and enjoy the music of HuDost, The Howling Brothers, Roger Alan Wade, and The Saint Johns along with host Jim Lauderdale at the Loveless Barn in Nashville.
Music City Roots: Live from the Loveless Cafe is a weekly live radio show that showcases the Americana music scene from the stage of the Loveless Barn on the outskirts of Nashville. The program broadcasts on Wednesday nights, 7-9 p.m. on Hippie Radio 94.5 in Nashville and via live streaming at www.musiccityroots.com. Proceeds will benefit The Nature Conservancy in Tennessee.
This evening's show has been designated Nature Conservancy Night with proceeds going to The Nature Conservancy.
To date, Music City Roots performers have included Emmylou Harris, Radney Foster, Leon Russell, The Civil Wars, Tom T. Hall, Nanci Griffith, Jason & the Scorchers, Kim Richey, David Olney, Cherryholmes, Mary Gauthier, Tim O'Brien, Donna the Buffalo, Kristi Rose & Fats Kaplin, Chuck Mead, The Grascals, Mountain Heart, Webb Wilder and many more. Every week exciting musical artists are added to the show calendar at www.musiccityroots.com.
In addition to airing live on 94.5 FM in Nashville, live HD video of each Music City Roots show is streamed live around the world via www.musiccityroots.com.
Tickets for the live show each Wednesday are $10 or $5 with a student ID. They are available at the Loveless Cafe or at Grimey’s New and Preloved Music and at www.musiccityroots.com. Tickets may be purchased in advance or on show nights at the Loveless Barn, at the intersection of Highway 100 and the Natchez Trace Parkway.
Questions? Contact our office in Nashville: 615-383-9909, or email@example.com.March 25, 2013