August 15’s “Together In Action” charity concert will feature artists including Jason Isbell and Devon Gilfillan performing at downtown Nashville’s City Winery as events continue to be held throughout Music City benefiting gun violence prevention efforts in the wake of March 27’s Covenant School shooting.
Tickets are available to the public at http://citywinery.com/nashville on July 19 at noon CT.
Black Opry founder Holly G is also the creator of “Together In Action” event organizer Country Any Way and notes that pairing with LGBTQIA+-event friendly eQuality events and City Winery Nashville to “pull together such an amazing group of artists to send a clear message that Tennesseans deserve a safe place to live” to benefit Tennessee-based gun violence awareness organizations that highlight how secure firearm storage laws, extreme risk laws and requiring background checks on all gun sales, can help reduce gun violence in the United States.
As well, notable national organization Moms Demand Action will be present, on-site on August 15.
In total, acts present on August 15 include Isbell, Gilfillian, Chris Housman, CMT Next Women of Country 2023 class member Julie Williams, Autumn Nicholas and Academy of Country Music OnRamp program members The Kentucky Gentlemen.
For the past decade, Indianapolis-founded Moms Demand Action has led grassroots community efforts nationwide to ensure the development of public safety measures to protect people from gun violence. Alongside business leaders, their website notes they work “to encourage a culture of responsible gun ownership.”
Moreover, Moms Demand Action has a volunteer chapter in every state of the country and Washington, D.C. and they are a member of Everytown for Gun Safety — a gun violence prevention organization with nearly 10 million supporters.
For more information on Moms Demand Action, visit https://momsdemandaction.org.