15th Annual “Nashville Unlimited Christmas” Benefit 12/09/14

15th Annual “Nashville Unlimited Christmas” benefit concert for Room In The Inn, featuring many of Music City’s finest performers will be held Tuesday, Dec. 9 at Christ Church Cathedral

Dec. 4, 2014, Nashville – Every holiday season, bassist and producer Dave Pomeroy pulls together a dazzling array of Nashville’s finest singers, songwriters and musicians for a

great cause — raising funds for Nashville’s Room in the Inn homeless program. The 15th Annual “Nashville Unlimited” Christmas Concert will be held Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014 at 7 p.m. in the beautiful sanctuary of Christ Church Cathedral at 900 Broadway in downtown Nashville. Hosted by Pomeroy, the concert is free, with a suggested minimum donation of $20. All proceeds go to Room In The Inn. Seating is first come, first serve.

This year’s guests include Brenda Lee, Charles “Wigg” Walker, Doug Seegers, Lorianna Matera, Danny Flowers, Alan Rhody, and making their 15th consecutive appearance, The Nashville Mandolin Ensemble. As always, you never know what “Mystery Guests” will make an appearance for this special event. Past performers have included Emmylou Harris, John Prine, Kathy Mattea, The Fisk Jubilee and many more of Nashville’s finest performers.

An anonymous donor matched the total funds raised at the 2013 concert, which brought last year’s total to $49,000, the highest amount to date. Since 1992, Pomeroy’s holiday concerts have raised over $250,000 for Room In The Inn. You can donate online at www.roomintheinn.org/give and add to the total funds generated by the concert.

“Nashville Unlimited Christmas celebrates the season with great holiday music while raising much-needed funds and awareness of the great acts of love, kindness and understanding done for our community by Room In The Inn over the past 20 years,” said Pomeroy.

For more information contact Room In The Inn at (615) 251-7019

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