Every holiday season, bassist and producer Dave Pomeroy pulls together a dazzling, eclectic, array of Nashville’s finest singers, songwriters and musicians for a great cause — raising funds for Nashville’s Room in the Inn homeless program. To celebrate the 20th year at Christ Church Cathedral, this year’s "Nashville Unlimited Christmas" Concert will be for two nights for the first time, and will be held Monday and Tuesday, December 9th and 10th, at 7 p.m. As always, this free concert is produced and hosted by Dave Pomeroy, and co-hosted by Don Henry, with a suggested minimum donation of $20, and all guests are invited to give more if they feel so moved. All proceeds go to Room In The Inn. Seating is first come, first serve and the doors open at 6.
So far, this year’s lineup already includes Emmylou Harris, Charles Esten, The McCrary Sisters, Charlie McCoy, Andy Leftwich, Don Schlitz, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley, with more artists to come. As always, you never know what “Mystery Guests” will make an appearance for this special event. Past performers have included John Prine, The Time Jumpers, the Fisk Jubilee Singers, John Cowan, Kathy Mattea, Johnny Neel, Annie Selleck, The Hot Club of Nashville, Jonell Mosser, Buddy Miller, and many more of Music City’s finest musicians and singers.
Since 1992, Pomeroy’s holiday concerts have raised more than $320,000 in donations for Room In The Inn, an organization that transforms the lives of Nashville’s homeless.
“Nashville Unlimited Christmas celebrates the season with great holiday music while raising much-needed funds and increasing awareness of the great acts of love, kindness and understanding done for our community by Room In The Inn over the years,” said Pomeroy. “We urge all Nashvillians to come share in the true spirit of Christmas,” he added.