A Beloved Nashville Bluegrass Holiday Tradition Returns to the Station Inn
On Thursday night December 1st, from 8-11 pm, the 19th Bluegrass Benefit Concert for Nashville’s Homeless will take place at the Station Inn in downtown Nashville. For 18 years, this perennially sold-out event was hosted by Eddie and Martha Adcock, but the recent pandemic put the project on hold for a few years. Thankfully, the Station Inn and its manager Josh Ulbrich have graciously agreed to restart the tradition. A number of popular touring bluegrass artists have committed to donating live performances for the event. Health considerations will probably keep Eddie and Martha from attending in person. Still, they are thrilled that the benefit will be happening once again, and also very glad that Valerie Smith has agreed to produce the event in conjunction with Josh Ulbrich at the Station Inn.
Cash donations taken at the door (minimum $20 for admission) will be turned over to Room In The Inn, a well-respected local homeless benefit charity, as was done in past years. Guests are encouraged to bring toiletry items (toothpaste, soap, toothbrushes, combs and brushes, deodorant, wipes, etc.) which will also be distributed through Room In The Inn.
Bands/artists currently scheduled to appear include:
Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike
Kristy Cox Band
Missy Raines & Allegheny
Pam Gadd & Friends
The Borrowed Mules
Start off your 2022 holiday season the right way by enjoying top-notch live bluegrass music and supporting those in need at the same time!
Sponsored by Bell Buckle Records, Bell Buckle Radio, Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike, and The Station Inn!