Bassists Bond for Nashville Relief Concert

Low Notes For Nashville announced it will host a benefit concert to raise funds for their relief efforts. Iconic bassist Steve Bailey (pictured) will headline the event, which will also include performances by many top bassists from around the world.
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Low Notes For Nashville announced it will host a benefit concert to raise funds for their relief efforts. Iconic bassist Steve Bailey (pictured) will headline the event, which will also include performances by many top bassists from around the world. The concert will take place 8:00 p.m., Thursday, June 17, at Douglas Corner (2106 8th Ave. South).

Created less than three weeks ago by Nashville bassist Sean O’Bryan Smith and his close friend Lane Baldwin (Lane on Bass), Low Notes For Nashville has gathered an amazing team of professional bassists from around the world to offer relief to fellow musicians devastated by the recent Nashville flood. While their web site offers numerous ways for visitors to get involved, the benefit concert is the organization’s highest profile event to date.

The show will be hosted by Smith, Baldwin, and Dave Pomeroy, an iconic bassist and writer, now president of the Nashville Musicians Association. All three will perform, and Baldwin will MC the event.

More players are signing up for the concert daily. To date, the concert will feature performances by numerous top bassists, including Vail Johnson, Roy Vogt, Bryan Beller, Adam Nitti, Doug Johns, and the legendary Bob Babbitt.

“You can expect to hear more top bassists on this bill than almost anywhere else,” said Smith. “We’re reaching out to everyone we know to invite their participation.”

Those interested can keep up to date on all Low Notes For Nashville activities by visiting www.LowNotesForNashville.org.

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