Second-annual Rock for Love benefit concert planned for August 22-23 at the Hi-Tone Café.
Vending Machine is playing first (half solo/half full band) on Friday night August 22nd - so get there early.
- Lord T and Eloise
- Two Way Radio
- J.D. Reager and the Cold Blooded Three
- Vending Machine
For more than 20 years, the Church Health Center has provided quality, affordable healthcare to thousands of uninsured working people in Shelby County – many of whom are working musicians.
On August 22-23, members of the Memphis music community will come together at the Hi-Tone Café for the second-annual Rock for Love concert – an effort which aims at giving back to the organization that has helped so many of them.
The concert will not only raise vital funds for the Center, but it will also celebrate the diversity of Memphis music with performances by some of the city's best bands, including Lord T and Eloise, Snowglobe, Two Way Radio, Antenna Shoes, J.D. Reager and the Cold Blooded Three, Vending Machine and the Coach and Four. Oh No Oh My and The Royal Bangs will also perform.
For information about sponsorship opportunities, call Marvin Stockwell or Jeff Hulett at (901) 272-7170.