Nashville, TN -- Award winning bluegrass songwriters and performers Johnny and Jeanette Williams present the second annual benefit concert to raise funds for Nashville area food pantry, The Little Pantry That Could. There will be a variety of musical styles presented at the benefit. Johnny and Jeanette will be performing bluegrass, Nick Distefano & Bruce Dees present vintage pop hits, Kira Small brings R&B variety, John Finney performs Contemporary Christian, Doug Seegers brings his original works to the stage, KP & Danai present Christian Rap, Jme Medina performs Christian Pop, and award winning Nashville songwriters Scott Neubert, Ellen Britton & Bill Maiers round out the line up.
The Little Pantry That Could provides food and various other assistance to approximately 100 families a week in West Nashville. The non-profit organization is headed by Stacy Downey, who devotes all of her free time, and a lot of her own resources to help those in need. A $10 donation is requested at the door. New or gently worn coats are much appreciated as well.
The pantry is a small food pantry with a big heart! They are located in the basement of the West Nashville United Methodist Church on Charlotte Avenue where they provide staples and fresh produce to approximately 80 to 90 families a week – people without homes, retired people, single moms and children. Real People With Real Needs. Their goal is to do more than provide food – they strive to make a personal connection with every shopper and let them know that they are cared for.
For concert info call Stacy Downey 615-260-5769, or Johnny Williams 434-489-8080. For more info on The Little Pantry please visit www.tlptc.com or The Little Pantry That Could on facebook.