18th Annual "Nashville Unlimited Christmas" benefit concert raises more than $8400 Tuesday December 12th 2017 - 7:00pm

The 18th Annual “Nashville Unlimited Christmas” benefit concert for Room in the Inn, featuring Music City’s finest musicians and singers was held on Tues., Dec. 12, at Christ Church Cathedral, and produced and hosted, as always, by Dave Pomeroy. The beautiful church was packed and the show was a big success, raising more than $8400 for this amazing organization, founded by Father Charles Strobel. This year’s guests included Vince Santoro, The Met Singers, Michael Spriggs, Charlie McCoy, Barbara Santoro, The Ukedelics, Three Ring Circle, Settles Connection, and the Nashville Jazz Orchestra. Past performers have included John Prine, Emmylou Harris, 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 $300,000 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 past 20 years,” said Pomeroy. “We thank all Nashvillians who come to share in the true spirit of Christmas,” he added.

For more information, contact Room In The Inn at 615-251-7019.

Wednesday December 13th 2017 - 6:30pm

Another great review for Angel in the Ashes from Bass Musician Magazine!

Monday October 2nd 2017 - 10:48am -- davepomeroy

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“Angel In The Ashes” – a CD by Dave Pomeroy
By Vuyani Wakaba
Published on September 17, 2017
Dave Pomeroy is a bassist that should need no introduction to those of us who play and love the bass.

The Passing of Don Williams

Thursday September 14th 2017 - 11:27pm -- davepomeroy

Words cannot express my gratitude for my long musical relationship with Don Williams, who passed away on Sept. 8, 2017. I played full time in his band for 14 years and later came back to play part time from 2010 to 2015. He taugh me many valuable lessons about life and music, and changed the course of my life. Rest in Peace, Don, and thanks for for all you gave to me and to the world of music. You will never be forgotten.


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