Nashville’s Mayor Megan Barry also set to attend Music City’s Town Howl
benefiting the mighty fightin’ Tennessee Democratic Party

City Winery
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016

 Nashville, TN (Sept. 30, 2016) “Swing This State!” has added an exciting array of top performers and inspirational speakers to their all-star lineup. Music City’s Town Howl extravaganza is set to take place Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at City Winery located in downtown Nashville, with proceeds going towards the Tennessee Democratic Party (TNDP) to help elect Democrats statewide. Doors open at 6pm. The show kicks-off at 8pm.

Famed singer, songwriter and actor Webb Wilder will serve as Master of Ceremonies and perform during the stellar evening of entertainment, which will also include newly added musical guests Grammy-nominated and hit singer-songwriter James House, lead singer Kurt Wagner from the popular alternative country band Lambchop, Cortney Tidwell,  Odessa Settles, Warren Denney and Tomi Lunsford.

These exciting artists join previously announced performers for the evening, which include Americana singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier, Gospel Grammy Award-winning Ashley Cleveland, and Latin American singer/songwriter Rebekah del Rio. Musical performers will be backed by some of Nashville’s most talented and legendary musicians, led by Grammy-winning producer/guitarist, Kenny Greenberg.

During the evening, attendees will also hear from some of the most inspiring and dynamic community activist and leaders in the state, including Mayor Megan Barry, Senior Pastor of New Covenant Church, Dr. Judy Cummings, Freda Player from the SEIU Local 205, and Transgender activist Henry Ashton Seaton, along with Nashville’s first Youth Poet Laureate, Lagnajita Mukhopadhyay, who was announced earlier.

Tickets to the event are priced at $150.00 Premier; $75.00 Reserved; $25.00 General Admission and are available now at CityWinery.com where you can also find out all the latest updates and information about  “Swing This State!”

About TNDP:
The Tennessee Democratic Party (TNDP) exists to create an environment where Democrats can promote the ideas and values of the Democratic party, win elections, and have the opportunity to build a better future for all Tennesseans. To learn more about Tennessee’s Democratic leaders and candidates, visit TNDP.org.

You may also make a donation at the TNDP website in show of your support if you are unable to attend the event.

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