Live from the Sanctuary:
Appalachia Benefit Concert
On December 14rd at the Hippie Jack Farm, COARM is hosting a non-ticketed Sanctuary Show to raise money, awareness, and collect donations for the under-served and marginalized individuals in our community.
We offer FREE camping on Friday the 13th and Saturday the 14th.
Refreshments will be provided by Jig Head Brewing Company
Donations to Bring:
- Non-perishable food items
- Cold weather gear (hats, gloves
- Warm Socks
- Children’s clothes
- Children’s toys
- Shoes and boots
- $25-$50 Kroger and Walmart gift cards
1PM- Gates Open for Camping
12pm- Refreshments Served
???-Music Stops, Party Starts
Shilo, Tennessee’s Meekah amplifies the echoes of southern ghosts and haunted soil, and condenses world worn lived in sound into his folk musings. With years of side manning for various roots-centric regional groups, Meekah channels a wealth of experience and technique into his own brand of earthy tunes. The Tennessee son projects a history from deep within the belly of Appalachian melody; a tradition rooted deep in fertile ground but growing and winding fresh and anew.
Jim Lauderdale is a 2-time Grammy winning Americana icon, a singer-songwriter whose unmistakable rhinestone-incrusted silhouette has been a symbol for creative integrity and prolificacy for thirty-one albums over decades of recording. He’s an A-list Nashville songwriter whose songs have ruled the country charts while recording an eclectic catalogue of albums that run the gamut of American roots styles. His prolific streak of releases continues in 2019 with his new album ‘From Another World’.
As both an artist and a person, Tommy Womack has been called everything from “Tom Lehrer with a Telecaster” to “Nashville’s best loved musical eccentric,” and he might blushingly, but proudly, accept both titles. That’s because separating Womack the man and Womack the artist is impossible, as they’re both the same guy. An award-winning recording artist and a published author, Womack writes songs as honest as anything Hank Williams or Steve Earle ever recorded, and has attracted the attention of the national press while accumulating a loyal following.
For those who cannot attend but would still like to support the cause, we have a few options:
First, if you would like to donate goods we have Amazon wish lists-
A wish list for children’s toys-
And a list for winter items–
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