Live from the Sanctuary: Outlaw Gospel

 Appalachia Benefit Concert

 

On October 26th 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 27th and Saturday the 28th

The Yardbirds Food Truck of Cookeville will be our food vendor.  

Refreshments will be provided by Jig Head Brewing Company  

 

Donations to Bring:

 

  • Non-perishable food items
  • Jackets
  • Socks
  • Toiletries
  • Children’s clothes
  • Children’s toys
  • Shoes
  • $25-$50 Kroger and Walmart gift cards

 

 

Schedule:

 

October 25th:

1PM- Gates Open for Camping

October 26th:

12pm- Refreshments Served

3pm-Music Starts  

???-Music Stops, Party Starts

 

Performers:

Wild Ponies

Although they’re based in Nashville, Wild Ponies have always looked to Southwest Virginia — where bandmates Doug and Telisha Williams were both born and raised — for inspiration. There, in mountain towns like Galax, old-time American music continues to thrive, supported by a community of fiddlers, flat-pickers, and fans.

 

Warren Gently

Warren Gently was born in Alabama and raised by wild dogs in the forest until found by Gypsies who rescued him and taught him to play music. When he lost his adopted family in a tragic crash on the Hurricane Bridge, he was taken in by an elderly African American gentleman who nursed him back to health and gave him a $3 guitar. The rest is history.

Jay Clark

 Jay grew up in Winchester, Tennessee, near where the western escarpment of the Cumberland Plateau crosses from Tennessee into Alabama.  His dad was a Cumberland Presbyterian minister for 42 years.  His mom an English teacher.  Church played a huge roll in Jay’s upbringing.  It was in the church where Jay learned to sing & in the mountains where he felt closest to God.  Jay wrote his first song in 1990. 

Greg Horne

Greg Horne has written songs and played guitar, fiddle and several other string instruments for over 25 years. His songs show a passion for roots sounds from old time to honky tonk and rock, and a desire to do more than clone the past. Maintaining dual careers as a performer and teacher, he has written over a dozen instructional books published internationally by Alfred Music. In recent years he released an electric band album, “Working on Engines,” taught songwriting workshops in Montana and toured with Nashville Americana band Wild Ponies.

 

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

  

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

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/8DZT1LHQAKU1?ref_=wl_share

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

 

Directions:

Link to our Facebook:

(931) 445-2072
642 Shiloh Road, Crawford, TN 38554
info@jamminathippiejacks.com