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Free concert to raise funds by donation for Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
Coming Saturday April 27th & Sunday April 28th, 2013 The mission of The Children's Teddy Bear Foundation is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment by children's hospitals and research centers. It by the gift of a Teddy Bear to these children and donations to the foundation who in turn divides these gifts between the Hospitals and Centers, that we can all work together to bring to the children and their families hope and comfort in a time we they most need our support. Our vision is to be a world leader in giving the gift of love to these little ones and their families. Each year we will be promoting Music Related Festivals around the USA and Canada to bring about awareness of this need and to bring Recording Artist/Songwriters/Music Industry Personnel and Fans together, to share their talent, their money and their recourses, to the raising of Teddy Bears and Financial Assistance for our programs and those of our partners. All of us want to give the children hope, find cures and prevent catastrophic diseases in children. All attendees will receive a wrist band for the festival. Wrist bands may be purchased online at a special price. With each ticket purchase you will receive (10) FREE Door Prize entries for our special prize, a Custom Built Clardy Guitar. We also are selling event T-Shirts online so be sure to get yours ordered so that you can wear them at the festival and support the children. We urge you if you can not attend to please show your support by making an online donation to the Children's Teddy Bear Foundation which will go directly to the Children's Hospital for which this event is scheduled. All wrist band (ticket), T-Shirt Sales and Donations will be handled via Pay Pal's online secure server. You do not have to be a member of PayPal to use this service!
With 2 stages and 50 artists, this will be the largest independent music festival ever. Benefits children's charities.
Label: JimJimMusic and Lu-Pax Entertainment
Bio: In 2011, Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame member Jim Lusk released his first album as an independent recording artist. This album resulted in Jim receiving the 2011 Atlanta Society Of Entertainers award for RECORDING ARTIST OF THE YEAR!!!! (Jim was also awarded the 2012 Atlanta Society of Ent...See Full Bio
“Press release from the Nashville Music Scene Monsterpiece World Music of Nashville, Tennessee has announced the release of noted songwriter Jim Lusks’ very first album as an artist. Jim wrote such classics as Vern Gosdin’s chart topper “It Started All Over Again,” (also recorded by David Houston and released on his “the best of David Houston” album,) The Four Guys “I Remember,” The LeGarde’s “I Can Almost Touch The Feeling, Rockabilly legend Dorsey Burnette’s “Counterfeit Cowboy,” and many, many more. In 2009 Jim was inducted into The Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame - http://www.AtlantaCountryMusicHallOfFame.Com – in 2010 he was awarded the Atlanta Society Of Country Music’s “Songwriter of the Year” award. (Jim asked that we tell everyone what an honor these awards are, and how humbled he is to be included with so many great entertainers and pioneers of country music.)”