NASHVILLE, Tenn. – MUSICARES® has announced "An Evening of Acoustic Country Music Benefiting Music People in Need," an event supporting The Recording Academy's foundation 6 p.m. April 24 at AJ's Good Time Bar. The event is 21+.
Acoustic performances by Lee Ann Womack, Randy Rogers Band, and Jackie Lee will take place on the third floor of AJ's Good Time Bar, and fans will be able to view the performances free of charge via live stream on the second floor, which is home to 11 televisions. A silent auction benefitting MUSICARES® will also be held throughout the evening and all proceeds from ticket sales, plus 10% of all bar receipts, will benefit the organization.
Tickets for the event can be purchased for $250 each, and VIP tickets can be purchased for $500 each. Capacity is limited.
VIP Tickets Include:
-Pre-show acoustic set with Jackie Lee
-Meet-and-greet with Jackie Lee, the Randy Rogers Band, and Lee Ann Womack
-Private rooftop reception with hosted bar
For tickets and more information, click here.
About AJ's Good Time Bar:
Recently named the No. 1 honky-tonk in Nashville by Billboard and located at 421 Broadway in the heart of downtown Nashville, AJ's Good Time Bar is owned by Country Music Hall of Fame member Alan Jackson. Housed in the oldest building on Broadway, this historical venue was once, among other things, a civil war hospital, Nashville's first used record store and the home of the famous Bullet Records. In 2016, Jackson purchased the establishment and renamed it after his 2008 chart-topper "Good Time." Each floor now sports a different personality, showcasing Jackson's varied interests and hobbies. On the first floor, "AJ's Honky Tonk" prominently features live country music, while the second-floor "GT Bar" offers a sports- and car-themed atmosphere. The "Hullbilly Bar" on the third floor is proving to be one of the venue's biggest draws -- it's modeled after Jackson's Merritt Sportfish boat seen in his music videos for "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" and "Long Way to Go." That level also features karaoke and live music. The rooftop "Star Bar" caps AJ's Good Time Bar, providing a panoramic view encompassing the historic Ryman Auditorium, Broadway, Nissan Stadium and all of downtown Music City from its vantage point four stories above the stretch of road commonly called the "Honky Tonk Highway," just like Jackson's current tour. As sole owner and visionary behind the venue, Jackson is known to make appearances at AJ's during the week and when not on the road. He's also a majority owner in ACME Feed & Seed, located just blocks away at 1st Avenue and Broadway.
About The MUSICARES® Foundation:
MusiCares® provides a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need. MusiCares' services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality. MusiCares also focuses the resources and attention of the music industry on human service issues that directly impact the health and welfare of the music community.
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