Veterans Benefit Concert:

Live from the Sanctuary


On September 28th at the Hippie Jack Farm, COARM is hosting a non-ticketed Sanctuary Show to raise money, awareness, and collect donations for the Operation Stand Down Tennessee.


Operation Stand Down Tennessee (OSDTN) is a registered 501(c)(3) that focuses on helping all Veterans and their families by engaging, equipping, and empowering them. We offer a wide range of services, including employment assistance, VA benefits assistance, networking, housing, and much more.

We offer FREE camping on Friday the 27th and Saturday the 28th

Delicious BBQ will be sold (all proceeds will go to Mountain Cemetery Maintenance)   

Refreshments will be provided by Jig Head Brewing Company  


Some Information about Operation Stand Down Tennesse:


Operation Stand Down Tennessee (OSDTN) provides a wide range of supportive services for Veterans and their families throughout Tennessee—all at no cost to them. OSDTN provides transitional housing, VA benefits counseling, employment services, homelessness prevention to Veterans and their families, and much more.

These programs are offered to veterans and their family members at no cost. All that is needed is for the veteran to come in to our facility with a copy of their DD214 to do an intake to utilize these resources.

Their programs include:

  • Employment
  • Legal Aid
  • VA Benefits Counseling
  • Financial Empowerment
  • VA Shuttle
  • Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
  • Notary Services
  • Project Healing Waters
  • Reboot Combat Recovery
  • Transitional Housing Program (THP)
  • Sounds of Acoustic Recovery
  • Life Skills Programs
  • Computer Resources
  • Service Referrals 
  • Family Support
  • Basic Needs Items/Food
  • Networking Opportunities

Donations to Bring:


  • Adult sized men and women winter coats
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Gloves
  • Hats
  • T-shirts
  • Black and brown backpacks
  • Insulated socks
  • Shoes
  • $25-$50 Kroger and Walmart gift cards





September 27th:

5PM- Gates Open for Camping

September 28th:

3pm- Music Starts 

???-Music Stops, Party Starts



Grayson Capps

Grayson Capps hailed by NPR’s Mountain Stage for his “unbridled energy and authenticity,” hails from Fairhope, AL though spent many years as an artist based in New Orleans, LA. American Songwriter declares, “Take the poetry of Texas troubadour Townes Van Zandt, combine with Steve Earle’s edgy attitude and stir with a little cup of the bayou-blues (think Howlin’ Wolf) and you start to get a taste of Capps’s scrumptious gothic gumbo.” His latest CD, Scarlett Roses, dropped in 2018 making waves on the Americana scene.


Nathan Bell

“Sometimes a solo artist can knock your socks off and Nathan Bell is one of these. With a voice and songs sitting alongside the likes of Townes, Guy Clark, John Prine etc.. Really!! – this guy’s songs and voice hit you with a clarity not often encountered. Sharp edged songs, a voice of gravel and grit and whiskey and some rather accomplished guitar playing makes this guy pretty special.”

A Box of Birds, New Zealand. 



For those who cannot attend but would still like to support the OSDTN, we have a few options:


First we have an amazon wishlist of items for their shelter-

Secondly, there are several drop off locations:


In Livingston, TN:
The Hargrove and Mofield hardware building- ask for Gene Gant
102 W Court Square
Livingston, TN 38570


And in Cookeville:
Great Harvest Bread Company
120 S Jefferson Ave
Cookeville, TN 38501


Jig Head Brewing Company
310 Newman Dr
Cookeville, TN 38501



Link to our Facebook:

(931) 445-2072
642 Shiloh Road, Crawford, TN 38554