Monday, Mar 20, 2017
“I run into people every day in search of authenticity,” says country music artist Eric Church. “They want to discover the real deal. Well, call off the search – I’ve found him. His name is Travis Meadows.”
Travis Meadows and Healthy Hope
On Saturday evening March 25, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Travis Meadows will perform live as part of a joint benefit for the William S. Davies Homeless Shelter and the Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation. With Harbin Clinic as the presenting sponsor, the event promises to be an authentic encounter with homegrown music and a real-life example of recovery and redemption.
Early in his life, Travis Meadows had an intense battle with cancer, and his indomitable spirit resonates with the heart of Harbin Clinic.
“We are dedicated to the wellness of our patients,” says Harbin Clinic Cancer Center Director Dr. Missy Dillmon. “In caring for the health of our patients, we believe Travis Meadows represents an encouraging story of hope and resolve to remain healthy on every level.”
The Rome News Tribune and other local businesses have also stepped up to support the event.
A Unique Collaboration
The Travis Meadows Concert and Fundraiser Event represents the results of a collaborative partnership between the Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation and the William Davies Homeless Shelter. The two organizations have committed their best efforts to celebrate the work of our community organizations and individuals helping those in need.
“We are excited to partner with the William Davies Homeless Shelter in bringing Travis’s inspirational message to Rome,” says Foundation President Chris Jackson, “Travis Meadows is a survivor, or ‘a riser,’ as he puts it himself in one of his most successful songs recorded by Dierks Bentley.”
With the Foundation agreeing to host the event and the Shelter working on various publicity elements, they are combining energies to enable for more effective fundraising.
“We look forward to raising money for the operation of our newly constructed homeless shelter,” says the shelter’s namesake, William Davies. “Travis Meadows’ message of hope and restoration connects deeply with the heart of our shelter, and we look forward to raising awareness and local support for the shelter.”
Travis Meadows is known throughout Nashville for his powerful lyrics. He has battled cancer, wrestled with drug addictions, served as a missionary overseas and written both gospel and country music. All of these themes factor in his riveting songwriting style. More information about Travis Meadows, as well as samples of his music, can be found by visiting his website, travismeadows.com. Event details and tickets may be purchased beginning March 3rd at historicdesototheatre.org.
General Admission tickets start at $17 and Reserved Seating tickets start at $37. A pre-concert VIP Reception Party beginning at 6:00 p.m. with Patron or Host Committee tickets available at $77 and $125, respectively. Events sponsorships are also available with all proceeds being split equally between the HDTF and The Davies Shelter. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Becky Owens at (706) 676-8673.