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RANDY ROGERS BAND FOR THE SAKE OF THE SHOT
benefiting
Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas

When:   Randy Rogers Band's 2nd Annual “For the Sake of the Shot” Charity Golf tournament kicking off the "For the Sake of the Song" weekend
Where:   The Bandit Golf Club in New Braunfels, TX. Named the “8th best golf course in Texas” –
Golf Week Magazine
What:   Three man scramble charity golf tournament
Why:   To remain engaged with and provide assistance to charities which are benefiting our local communities either through resources or services. Randy Rogers Band selected Camp Sweeney based on their commitment to better the lives of children with diabetes through education, camps and family support. Juvenile diabetes touches the lives of not only the children diagnosed, but their entire families.

DELL CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER OF CENTRAL TEXAS FACTS
Dell Children's is a tremendous asset to our community. The state-of-the-art facility provides exceptional care, close to home, to thousands of children and their families. It continues the legacy of outstanding service of Children's Hospital of Austin (closed on July 1, 2007) with new space, new technology, new programs – and more hearts and hands to make it all happen.
Together, they create a new standard in pediatric care. They are growing a world-class medical center dedicated to the care of children and adolescents, regardless of their families' ability to pay. Dell Children’s offers help, hope, and healing to our children for generations to come.
Basic Facts about Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas

  • 8,000 Impatient visits

  • 90,000 Outpatient visits

  • 98,000 overall visits

  • That’s over 11 children an hour

  • 170 Beds

  • 44 Emergency Rooms

  • 66,000 served in the Topfer Emergency Department

  • 2,300 Inpatient surgeries

  • 5,000 Outpatient surgeries (excluding Outpatient Surgery Center procedures)

  • 30% increase in patients served over the past year

  • Serves Children & Adolescents ranging from 0-17

  • Serves 46 counties in the Central Texas area

  • 20% of patients served were from the outlying areas

  • 780 Volunteers

  • 880 Employees

    Because of you, the children of Central Texas will have access to the best medical care available. Because of you, lives will be transformed, and miracles will continue to happen. Thank you.
    www.dellchildrens.net

Band Info
When the Randy Rogers Band’s last project debuted as the most-downloaded country album on iTunes, plenty of the industry “insiders” on Music Row were left scratching their heads: Who are these guys?

The Nashville elite may not have known about the five-piece band, but much of America already did. Rolling Stone magazine ranked them alongside such artists as U2 and the Stones in its list of Top 10 Must-See Artists in the summer of 2007. They earned $2.5 million—a staggering total for a still-developing act—on the tour circuit in a single year. Willie Nelson, the Eagles, Gary Allan and Dierks Bentley all picked them as opening acts for their concerts. And more than 2,200 people showed up and bought the bands album at an appearance at Wherehouse Music.

The fans’ exuberance was shared by USA Today, which praised the band for having “loads of grit, swagger and heart.” The band has also been nominated by the Academy of Country music as Top Vocal Group this year. January 14th the band also appeared on Late Night with David Letterman on and will be appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Monday March 16th.

“All the guys, except for Jon, are married or soon to be married,” guitarist Geoffrey Hill observes. “Les [drummer] and I both have kids. So sometimes it feels like you’ve really gotta struggle to fit all that into your life, I guess, but it’s kinda part of the game. I always said that I play music for free, and I get paid to leave the family behind and go on the road.”

That requires a constant rededication to the group, a commitment the five members have repeatedly made since the current lineup coalesced in 2003.

Ticket Information:

  • Register:  www.rrbgolf.com   
  • Prices:
    • Golf ticket $150 per player
    • Spectator ticket $10
  • Pre Sale: March 1st
  • On Sale: April 5th
   

12TH ANNUAL BOWEN CLASSIC
benefiting Postpartum Support International

The 12th Annual Bowen Classic Golf tournament will take place at the Cottonwood Creek Golf Course in Waco, TX on Monday May 3, 2010 with a pre show the night before May 2nd at Hog Creek Icehouse. The two man scramble and concert will benefit Postpartum Support International. Wade & his wife Shelby have chosen to continue their support of PSI- Postpartum Support International. His last benefit raised $86,000 for PSI and these funds were used to provide support & education to Dad’s dealing with effects of postpartum. Wade & Shelby not only want to continue to raise money for this organization they also want to create awareness of Postpartum Depression and the support PSI offers to those who suffer from it.

Perinatal Mood Disorders Fact Sheet

  • Among women, the leading cause of disease-related disability is depression (Gaynes et. al, 2005).

  • Perinatal Mood Disorders have been identified in women of every culture, age, income level and race. (The term “Perinatal” refers to the period of pregnancy and the first year after a baby is born.)

  • Research shows that Perinatal Mood Disorders can appear days or even months after childbirth. (Kendell, 1987).

  • Although the term “Postpartum Depression” is often used to describe Perinatal Mood Disorders, there is actually a spectrum of disorders that can affect mothers during pregnancy and postpartum. These include:

    Depression/ Anxiety in Pregnancy: It is estimated that 8.5- 11% (Gaynes et. al, 2005) of pregnant women will experience moderate to severe symptoms of depression and/or anxiety

    Postpartum Depression: Approximately 6.5-12.9 % (Gaynes et. al, 2005) of women experience major or minor depression following childbirth. Symptoms differ for everyone, and may include: feelings of anger, fear and/or guilt, lack of interest in the baby, appetite and sleep disturbance, difficulty concentrating/ making decisions, and possible thoughts of harming the baby or oneself.

    Postpartum Panic Disorder: This is a form of anxiety that occurs in up to 11% of new mothers. Symptoms include: feeling very nervous, recurring panic attacks (shortness of breath, chest pain, heart palpitations), many worries or fears (Wisner, Peindl & Hanusa, 1996)

    Postpartum Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: This is the most misunderstood and misdiagnosed of the perinatal disorders. It is estimated that as many as 3-5% of new mothers will experience the following symptoms: Obsessions (persistent thoughts or mental images related to the baby), Compulsions (doing things over and over to reduce the fears and obsessions), a sense of horror about the obsessions. These mothers know their thoughts are bizarre and are very unlikely to ever act on them (Brandes et al, 2004).

    Postpartum Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An estimated 1-6% (Beck, 2004) of women experience PTSD following childbirth. Symptoms typically include: Traumatic childbirth experience with a re-experiencing of the trauma (dreams, thoughts, etc.), avoidance of stimuli associated with the event (thoughts, feelings, people, places, details of event, etc.), and persistent increased arousal (irritability, difficulty sleeping, hypervigilance, exaggerated startle response)

    Postpartum Psychosis: occurs in approximately 1.1 –4 of every 1,000 deliveries (Gaynes et. al, 2005). The onset is usually sudden with symptoms including: delusions (strange beliefs) and/or hallucinations, feeling very irritated, hyperactive, and unable to sleep, and significant mood changes with poor decision-making. There is a 10% infanticide/suicide rate associated with Psychosis and thus immediate treatment is imperative.

  • Without appropriate intervention, maternal depression can have long term and adverse implications for both the mother and the child.

  • A mother’s mood / anxiety symptoms have a direct impact on her partner as well. Her partner may feel overwhelmed, confused, angry, and afraid she will never be well. This may place a strain on the couple’s relationship.

  • Screening and early intervention can protect the welfare of the mother, baby and entire family.

  • Scientific evidence is available on the effectiveness of a variety of treatment options.

  • Mothers with a perinatal mood disorder need to know: “You are not alone. You are not to blame. With help, you will be well.”

    PSI Helpline: (800) 944-4PPD (4773) www.postpartum.net

Event Information

Event Website:  www.bowenclassic.com

Concert - Sunday May 2, 2010
Shot Gun’s time to be determined

Golf Tournament - Monday May 3, 2010
10am – 11:30am golfers register
11:30 – 5:30pm golf tournament
5:30 – 7:30 awards & dinner
Two Man Scramble
$125 per player

Fast Facts

  •  $86,000 raised in 2008 for Post Partum Support International

  • $44,000 raised in 2007 for the International Rett Syndrome Association

  • $14,000 raised in 2006 for the McLennan County Peace Officers Memorial

Past Locations:   2008 HOT Fair Grounds & Cottonwood Creek Golf Course, 2007 Hogg Creek Icehouse & Cottonwood Creek Golf Course
Past Bands:   Cross Canadian Ragweed, Randy Rogers & Brady Black, Stoney LaRue & Darren Kozelsky
Past Attendance:  2008 the golf tournament sold out and the concert had 1500 in attendance
Past Sponsors Included:  Caprock Specialty Contractors, Rocker B Land & Cattle Company, Crawford Austin Properties and Martin Audiology
   

DIERKS BENTLEY MILES & MUSIC FOR KIDS DALLAS/FORT WORTH

Dierks Bentley on giving back - Click here to watch the CNN interview

About Miles & Music for Kids: Since 2006, award winning songwriter and country music sensation, Dierks Bentley, has raised over a million dollars for the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and other Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, with his Miles & Music for Kids, a celebrity motorcycle ride and benefit concert in Nashville, TN. This program has been expanded to include a few other US cities in 2010, including Dallas/Fort Worth.
Event Date: Sunday, April 25, 2010. Ride registration begins at 11 a.m. at North Texas Harley-Davidson, and music begins at Billy Bob’s in Ft. Worth at 3 p.m.
About the Ride: Harley-Davidson of North Texas will organize the ride which is expected to have 500+ riders. The ride will end at Billy Bob’s in the Fort Worth Stockyards. Registration starts at 11:00 AM with the bike ride departing at 2:00 PM. Dierks Bentley and other Texas country artists will participate in the ride.
Concert Info:The concert will include several well-known Texas country bands (to be surprise guests) with Dierks Bentley as the headline act. The concert will be held inside Billy Bob’s Texas.
Tickets:  www.ticketmaster.com on sale now!
Fundraising:  Proceeds from the registration fess for the bike ride, concert tickets, and a percentage of drink sales will go to benefit Children’s Medical Center (Dallas) and Cook Children’s Medical Center (Ft. Worth) – both are Children’s Miracle Network member hospitals.
Give to:  www.cookchildrens.org & www.childrens.com

   

DIERKS BENTLEY MILES & MUSIC FOR KIDS III
benefiting Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt

When:   October 5, 2008
Where:   Begins @ Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs & Ends @ Nashville’s downtown Riverfront Park on 1st Ave. & Broadway.
What: An hour ride through beautiful Williamson County and Historic Downtown Music City ending at the Riverfront Park for a 2 - 3 hour concert ‘Jam Session’ in a festival type setting
Who:  Demographics are men and women age 25-55.
Why:  To continue a history of giving to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.
How Much Raised:   $275,000
Bands:  Dierks Bentley & Friends (Tim McGraw, John Rich, Kyle Petty, Jamey Johnson, Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum, Lee Brice, Jeremy Camp, Mat Kearney, Halfway to Hazard, the Warren Brothers, Ira Dean)
Event Website:   www.dbmilesandmusic.com
Give Now:   www.vanderbiltchildrens.com

   

11TH ANNUAL BOWEN CLASSIC
benefiting Postpartum Support International

When:  Sunday November 2nd Concert & Monday November 3rd Golf Tournament
Where:  HOT GE Fairgrounds & Cottonwood Golf Course in Waco, TX
What:   A 2 - 3 hour ‘Jam Session’ concert on Sunday evening & Celebrity golf tournament on Monday
Why:  To continue a history of giving. This year, Postpartum Support International (PSI) has been chosen, as it is close to Wade’s heart and something he and his family have personally been affected by. The past 2 years Wade has donated a total of almost $60,000 to charity through this annual event.
Bands:  Wade Bowen along with Cross Canadian Ragweed, & others to be announced 10/10.

Event Background & History
Wade was born and raised in Waco, Texas.  He was raised in a family that loves and appreciates music.  Wade Bowen’s creative imagination was captured early on by his father’s Guy Clark albums, his mother’s love for Elvis Presley and the mainstream country music that his sisters enjoyed Although he wrote poetry and prose from an early age and enjoyed singing to himself, it was sports that dominated his high school years: football, baseball, track, golf and swimming, “everything that they would let me play,” he recalls.  

Bowen’s prowess as a songwriter led to co-writing “Don’t Break My Heart Again” with Pat Green, the lead single from Green’s Top 10 Lucky Ones album, and “When It All Goes Down” with his brother-in-law Cody Canada of Cross Canadian Ragweed on the band’s Garage album. He has also collaborated as a writer with Texas legend Ray Wylie Hubbard — who made a cameo appearance in Bowen’s “God Bless The Town” video — and Nashville-based Texpatriate Radney Foster as well as such fellow rising stars on the Lone Star music scene as Randy Rogers, Brandon Rhyder and Bleu Edmondson. His writing talents also recently won Bowen a publishing deal with Sea Gayle Music.

Living on the cusp of the Texas Hill Country in New Braunfels and now the father of two sons, Bowen is determined to stick to his guns and create music with meaning and continue to sharpen his aim for getting to the heart of any matter that inspires him personally and creatively. “I feel like what I am good at is taking something that’s in my head or that I want to write about and creating music that means something to people,” he explains. “I like for everything to not be taken for granted. But I’m also not always serious, and when I play live, I want the audience to have as good a time as I do making music for them.”

And it’s all a lifelong endeavor that’s embedded in Bowen’s heart. “I just keep doing what I am doing and stick to it,” he concludes. And in the process he brings us all back home alongside him.

Past Locations:  2007 Hogg Creek Icehouse & Cottonwood Creek Golf Course

Past Bands: Cody Canada from Cross Canadian Ragweed, Randy Rogers & Brady Black, Stoney LaRue & Darren Kozelsky

Past Sponsors Include: Caprock Specialty Contractors, Rocker B Land & Cattle Company, Crawford Austin Properties and Martin Audiology

Fast Facts

  • $14,000 raised in 2006 for the McLennan County Peace Officers Memorial

  • $44,000 raised in 2007 for the International Rett Syndrome Association

Event Timeline:
Sunday November 2, 2008
7:00pm – until? Concert at HOT GE Fairgrounds

Monday November 3, 2008
10am – 11:30am golfers register
11:30 – 5:30pm golf tournament
5:30 – 7:30 awards & dinner

Perinatal Mood Disorders Fact Sheet

  • Among women, the leading cause of disease-related disability is depression (Gaynes et. al, 2005).

  • Perinatal Mood Disorders have been identified in women of every culture, age, income level and race. (The term “Perinatal” refers to the period of pregnancy and the first year after a baby is born.)

  • Research shows that Perinatal Mood Disorders can appear days or even months after childbirth. (Kendell, 1987).

  • Although the term “Postpartum Depression” is often used to describe Perinatal Mood Disorders, there is actually a spectrum of disorders that can affect mothers during pregnancy and postpartum. These include:

    Depression/ Anxiety in Pregnancy: It is estimated that 8.5- 11% (Gaynes et. al, 2005) of pregnant women will experience moderate to severe symptoms of depression and/or anxiety

    Postpartum Depression: Approximately 6.5-12.9 % (Gaynes et. al, 2005) of women experience major or minor depression following childbirth. Symptoms differ for everyone, and may include: feelings of anger, fear and/or guilt, lack of interest in the baby, appetite and sleep disturbance, difficulty concentrating/ making decisions, and possible thoughts of harming the baby or oneself.

    Postpartum Panic Disorder: This is a form of anxiety that occurs in up to 11% of new mothers. Symptoms include: feeling very nervous, recurring panic attacks (shortness of breath, chest pain, heart palpitations), many worries or fears (Wisner, Peindl & Hanusa, 1996)

    Postpartum Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: This is the most misunderstood and misdiagnosed of the perinatal disorders. It is estimated that as many as 3-5% of new mothers will experience the following symptoms: Obsessions (persistent thoughts or mental images related to the baby), Compulsions (doing things over and over to reduce the fears and obsessions), a sense of horror about the obsessions. These mothers know their thoughts are bizarre and are very unlikely to ever act on them (Brandes et al, 2004).

    Postpartum Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An estimated 1-6% (Beck, 2004) of women experience PTSD following childbirth. Symptoms typically include: Traumatic childbirth experience with a re-experiencing of the trauma (dreams, thoughts, etc.), avoidance of stimuli associated with the event (thoughts, feelings, people, places, details of event, etc.), and persistent increased arousal (irritability, difficulty sleeping, hypervigilance, exaggerated startle response)

    Postpartum Psychosis: occurs in approximately 1.1 –4 of every 1,000 deliveries (Gaynes et. al, 2005). The onset is usually sudden with symptoms including: delusions (strange beliefs) and/or hallucinations, feeling very irritated, hyperactive, and unable to sleep, and significant mood changes with poor decision-making. There is a 10% infanticide/suicide rate associated with Psychosis and thus immediate treatment is imperative.

  • Without appropriate intervention, maternal depression can have long term and adverse implications for both the mother and the child.

  • A mother’s mood / anxiety symptoms have a direct impact on her partner as well. Her partner may feel overwhelmed, confused, angry, and afraid she will never be well. This may place a strain on the couple’s relationship.

  • Screening and early intervention can protect the welfare of the mother, baby and entire family.

  • Scientific evidence is available on the effectiveness of a variety of treatment options.

  • Mothers with a perinatal mood disorder need to know: “You are not alone. You are not to blame. With help, you will be well.”

    PSI Helpline: (800) 944-4PPD (4773) www.postpartum.net

Artist Facts

Hometown:   Waco, TX
Birthdate:   October 18
Current home:   New Braunfels, TX

   

RANDY ROGERS BAND FOR THE SAKE OF THE SHOT
benefiting Camp Sweeney

When:   Randy Rogers Band's Inaugural “For the Sake of the Shot” Charity Golf tournament kicking off the "For the Sake of the Song" weekend
Where:   The Bandit Golf Club in New Braunfels, TX. Named the “8th best golf course in Texas” –
Golf Week Magazine
What:   Four man scramble charity golf tournament
Why:   To remain engaged with and provide assistance to charities which are benefiting our local communities either through resources or services. Randy Rogers Band selected Camp Sweeney based on their commitment to better the lives of children with diabetes through education, camps and family support. Juvenile diabetes touches the lives of not only the children diagnosed, but their entire families.

CAMP SWEENEY FACTS

Camp Sweeney is one of few camps in the country designed specifically for kids with diabetes. The only requirement to attend is that a camper has diabetes. No camper has ever been turned away from Camp Sweeney because of race, religion, color, nationality or financial need.

Camp Sweeney has served more than 20,000 campers since 1950. At Camp Sweeney, children are given the opportunity to practice diabetes management skills in a safe environment. Campers learn how to make good nutritional choices of food they enjoy eating; they learn how to develop a fun exercise regimen that they feel good about continuing outside of camp; and they learn how and when to give themselves insulin injections. A lifetime of utilizing these skills makes it possible for these children to grow into adults and live longer and healthier lives.

Basic Facts about Camp Sweeney

  • Serves over 1000 youngsters with diabetes each year.

  • There are three 3-week summer sessions, a 1-week winter session, and a 3-day spring family session each year.

  • Campers choose from over 35 fun filled activities

  • Financial aid is available based on household size and household income.

  • Camp Sweeney is owned and operated by Southwestern Diabetic Foundation, a non-profit organization.

    Any child with diabetes, between the ages of 5 and 18, is invited to attend Camp Sweeney. Campers are welcome regardless of sex, color, race, creed, religion or nationality.

    www.campsweeney.org

Band Info
When the Randy Rogers Band’s last project debuted as the most-downloaded country album on iTunes, plenty of the industry “insiders” on Music Row were left scratching their heads: Who are these guys?

The Nashville elite may not have known about the five-piece band, but much of America already did. Rolling Stone magazine ranked them alongside such artists as U2 and the Stones in its list of Top 10 Must-See Artists in the summer of 2007. They earned $2.5 million—a staggering total for a still-developing act—on the tour circuit in a single year. Willie Nelson, the Eagles, Gary Allan and Dierks Bentley all picked them as opening acts for their concerts. And more than 2,200 people showed up and bought the bands album at an appearance at Wherehouse Music.

The fans’ exuberance was shared by USA Today, which praised the band for having “loads of grit, swagger and heart.” The band has also been nominated by the Academy of Country music as Top Vocal Group this year. January 14th the band also appeared on Late Night with David Letterman on and will be appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Monday March 16th.

Ticket Information:

Event Website:   www.rrbgolf.com
Prices:
Pre Sale Ticket Prices
Golf ticket $150 per player
Spectator ticket $10

   

DIERKS BENTLEY MILES & MUSIC FOR KIDS NASHVILLE

Nashville, TN has successfully hosted the Miles and Music for Kids the past 3 years. With such a beautiful & successful ride, riders come from all over the US to participate. With this in mind we want to branch out over the country bringing Miles & Music to 6 markets nationwide in 2009 thru 2010, giving Miles & Music the ability to benefit a local Children’s Miracle Network hospital in each city.

What:   A Harley ride starting at a local Harley Dealership and going through the cities specific areas making it the utmost beautiful ride and ending at a local venue for a 2 - 3 hour concert ‘Jam Session’ in a festival type setting for all ages.
Who:    Demographics are men and women age 25-55.
Why:  To continue a history of giving to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital and other Children’s Miracle Network Hospital’s across the country. The past 3 years approximately half a million dollars has been contributed to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital from the proceeds of this event.
Bands:  Dierks Bentley, Darius Rucker, Eric Church, Wynonna Judd, Michelle Branch
How Much Raised:   $275,000
Event Website:   www.dbmilesandmusic.com  
Give Now:   www.vanderbiltchildrens.com

Event Background & History
Award winning singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley hosts a “Miles & Music for Kids” celebrity motorcycle ride and concert which benefits Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville, Tenn. “I was overwhelmed last year with the number of bikers who came out to help us kick this thing off, but Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital really has touched so many people across our community,” said Bentley. “It’s a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon in Nashville…great friends, great music and great food for a great cause.”

Past Bands:  Tim McGraw, John Rich, Kyle Petty, Jamey Johnson, Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum, Lee Brice, Jeremy Camp, Mat Kearney, Halfway to Hazard, the Warren Brothers, Ira Dean, Jeremy Camp, Jason Aldean, Big Kenny Alphin, Shooter Jennings, Little Big Town, Randy Rogers, 2 Foot Fred, Craig Morgan, Jeff Foxworthy, Montgomery Gentry, Eric Church, Buddy Jewel, Shelly Fairchild, Marty Stewart

Past Attendance: 4000 people in 2008, 2500 people in 2007, 2000 people in 2006

Past Sponsors Include: Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs, Nationwide Insurance, Comcast, Fender, Bud Light, Capitol Records Nashville, William Morris Agency, Hardrock Café, Longhorn Steakhouse, Outback Concerts, Purity, Wal-Mart, Motorcycle Network, Loveless Café, Bandit Lites, The Tennessean, PGP, Clair Bros, Echo Music

   

DIERKS BENTLEY MILES & MUSIC FOR KIDS PHOENIX

When:     Saturday November 21, 2009
Where:    Begins @ Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson & Ends @ Tempe Marketplace
What:      An hour to hour & ˝ beautifully routed ending at the Tempe Marketplace for a 2 - 3 hour concert ‘Jam Session’ in a festival type setting for all ages
Who:    Demographics are men and women age 25-55.
Why:    To continue a history of giving and to branch out to other markets to give to various children’s hospitals across the country.  Phoenix Children’s Hospital is the beneficiary of this event.  The past 3 years approximately half a million dollars has been contributed to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital from the proceeds of this event in Nashville, TN.
Bands:   Dierks Bentley, Stoney LaRue, Jimmy Wayne, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, Jessi Colter

Event Background & History
Award winning singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley hosts a “Miles & Music for Kids” celebrity motorcycle ride and concert which benefits Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville, Tenn. “I was overwhelmed last year with the number of bikers who came out to help us kick this thing off, but Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital really has touched so many people across our community,” said Bentley. “It’s a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon in Nashville…great friends, great music and great food for a great cause.”

Past Attendance:  4000 people in 2008, 2500 people in 2007, 2000 people in 2006

Past Sponsors Include: Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs, Nationwide Insurance, Comcast, Fender, Bud Light, Capitol Records Nashville, William Morris Agency, Hardrock Café, Longhorn Steakhouse, Outback Concerts, Purity, Wal-Mart, Motorcycle Network, Loveless Café, Bandit Lites, The Tennessean, PGP, Clair Bros, Echo Music