Band4Kids Benefits Children

Up and coming artists will showcase their musical talents at BAND4KIDS, a new concert February 27 beginning at 7:00 p.m. to benefit disadvantaged children at Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes.
The first annual BAND4KIDS benefit concert for Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes will be held at Belmont University’s new Curb Cafe organized by local artist promotion company, WyleraWax.
The concert, featuring five local bands including Emily Deloach, Tubb and Chubb’s Fat Funk Fiesta, Kelsey Howard, Jordan Hamlin, and Sarah Jahn’s new band, Heady, will raise awareness and support for the children of Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes’ Brentwood campus, a non-profit ministry serving the children of the greater Nashville area as well as children across the entire state of Tennessee without government support for over 113 years.
“What better way to gather everyone together for a higher purpose than by music?” observes Mandi Wyler, WyleraWax co-founder. “These artists want to use their craft to help others. The children of Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes need the help and care of our community and WyleraWax is pleased to bring BAND4KIDS to the community.”
WyleraWax promotes artists and local charity concerts. The Curb Cafe, site of BAND4KIDS, is located on Belmont Boulevard on Belmont University’s campus across from Bongo Java. Admission to the February 27 concert is $5 per person at the door. All proceeds go to benefit the children of Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes.
For questions concerning the concert, contact the WyleraWax office at 364-3015.
Visit the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes website at or call the TBCH State Office to learn more about the services of the Children’s Homes.


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