The Sheridan Road Charitable Foundation (the “Foundation”) announces the tenth installment of its Songwriters in the Round at the legendary Standard Club in Nashville, Tennessee. Attendees will enjoy a performance by longtime supporters of the Foundation and Grammy award-winning songwriters Kelley Lovelace, Chris DeStefano, and Ashley Gorley. As with past songwriter events held onstage at the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and at Joe’s Bar, the event will offer attendees a behind-the-scenes look at Nashville’s vibrant music community through world-class performances and storytelling. Proceeds will benefit local charitable organizations that align with the Foundation’s directives of improving the quality of education, empowering under-resourced communities, and supporting cancer research.
This year’s beneficiaries include Oz Arts Nashville, Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado, By The Hand Club for Kids of Chicago, and CreatiVets of Chicago and Nashville. The event comes a year after the Songwriters in the Round series launched in Denver, where the main beneficiary was Boys Hope Girls Hope.
“We never could have realized that when we started the Foundation 7 years ago that we would have had as much of an impact on improving life outcomes for students and those in need as we have realized. This 10th installment of the Songwriters event is a great testament to that legacy,” reflected Daniel Bryant, President of the Foundation.
Supporters of the Sheridan Road Charitable Foundation have the opportunity to attend the event by purchasing either General Admission or VIP tickets. Those interested in premium seating can purchase a table for the event at an additional price. VIP attendees enjoy an early meet and greet with the songwriters, as well as complimentary photos. The VIP meet and greet begins at 5:30, with doors opening for General Admission at 6:15 PM. The intimate sit-down dinner begins at 6:30 PM. SEATING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED.
Further information on ticket sales and availability to come.
Contact: Betsy Sorensen (763) 567-3631 | [email protected]