22nd Nashville Unlimited Concert for Room in the Inn Lights Up Music City!
The Nashville Unlimited Christmas benefit concert for Room in the Inn returns Tuesday, Dec. 7 for the 22nd consecutive year at Christ Church Cathedral at 900 Broadway. Over the past 21 years, Nashville Unlimited has raised more than $488,000 for this amazing organization. Last year’s show — filmed without a live audience — was exhibited on the internet for one week and raised over $25,000.
As always, the show is produced and hosted by Dave Pomeroy, with acclaimed singer/songwriter Don Henry as co-host. Musical guests include The Ryan Middagh Jazz Orchestra, Charlie McCoy, The Farmer and Adele, Fiddle Frenzy, Regina McCrary, The Coral Bay Steel Drum Band, Timothy and Josh Kimbrough, Will Barrow, and more.
The concert will be filmed in front of a live audience. Masks and vaccination cards or a negative COVID-19 test will be required. Social distancing will be observed in the audience as well. The concert will be available via streaming on the internet for a short time, starting around December 10, we will send details as soon they are finalized. As always, this is a free concert with a $20 suggested minimum donation.
Bassist Dave Pomeroy, the creator of the event, talked about this year’s show.
“In addition to our wonderful musical guests, we are very fortunate to have Brad Hall, Dave Sinko, and a world-class video and audio team to record this special concert. Everyone involved is donating their time and skills to help raise money for this great cause, and we hope to top $500,000 in total donations since 2000. We are very grateful to Christ Church Cathedral for this ongoing opportunity to help our community through music, and Room in the Inn for the amazing work they do to help those less fortunate than ourselves. That’s the Christmas Spirit and the Nashville Way!”