The 24th annual “Nashville Unlimited Christmas” benefit concert for Room in the Inn will be Tuesday, December 12, 2023 at 7 p.m. This popular holiday tradition is held at the beautiful Christ Church Cathedral at 900 Broadway. “Nashville Unlimited Christmas” is produced and hosted by bassist Dave Pomeroy, with acclaimed singer/songwriter Don Henry as co-host. This annual concert has raised more than $502,000 for the amazing work that Room in the Inn does for Nashville’s homeless community.
This year’s musical guests include Emmylou Harris, Charlie McCoy, the Nashville Jazz Orchestra, led by Ted Wilson, Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley, The McCrary Sisters, Portara Ensemble, and more, including as always, some surprise guests. As always, this is a free concert, with a $20 suggested minimum donation. Over the We will be posting an online link very soon for those who would like to donate and cannot attend the concert. We will really appreciate all of you spreading the word about this unique event.
Dave Pomeroy, creator of this annual Nashville tradition, talked about this year’s show: “In addition to our wonderful musical guests, we are fortunate to have Brad Hall and a world class video and audio team to record and stream this special concert honoring the work of Room in the Inn. Everyone involved is donating their time and skills to help raise money for this great cause. 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 who are less fortunate than ourselves. That’s the Christmas Spirit and the Nashville Way!”
Bassist, vocalist, writer, and producer Dave Pomeroy will be hosting a show at the Bluebird Dec. 19 @ p 9 p.m., featuring special guests vocalist Regina McCrary, keyboardist Kevin McKendree and Pat Bergeson on guitar and harmonica. Dave has been playing the Bluebird since 1984, with bands such as Blue Monday and Tone Patrol, artists including Mose Allison and Hal Ketchum, and for many years in the house band with the First Amendment Center’s “Freedom Sings” program.
Collectively, these four legendary Nashville performers have worked with a wide array of iconic artists including Bob Dylan, Chet Atkins, Elton John, Brian Setzer, Peter Frampton, and Joe Bonamossa, to name just a few. Dave and his friends will be telling stories, swapping songs, and collaborating in various combinations in a variety of musical genres. The intimate atmosphere of the Bluebird will make for a unique musical experience. and the audience will experience an unforgettable evening of musical performances, including some memorable Christmas music.