30 Aug DON’T MISS YOUR CHANCE FOR THIS NOT-TO-BE-MISSED NASHVILLE EVENT!
GET YOUR TICKETS TO NEXT WEEK’S PORTER’S CALL “EVENING OF STORIES” ANNUAL BENEFIT AT THE FISHER CENTER;
Now In Its 13th Year, The Event Will Feature Award-Winning Storytellers Tracy Edwards And Carlos Whittaker Along With Special Musical Guests Kelsea Ballerini, Hillary Scott, Cody Fry, And Anne Wilson
24 August 2022 — NASHVILLE, TN — The annual benefit “Evening Of Stories” supporting Porter’s Call is next week and for the first time in more than ten years, individual tickets are now available. Don’t miss your chance to attend this highly-anticipated event, which is set to be featured in an upcoming article in Billboard magazine.
“Evening Of Stories” will take place next Tuesday, August 30, 2022, at 7:30 p.m., at the newly opened Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Belmont University. Click HERE or on the tab below for tickets and further information.
Porter’s Call is a non-profit dedicated to providing counsel, support, and encouragement for touring and recording artists and their families. Their annual “Evening Of Stories,” acclaimed as a powerfully curated evening combining art and hope while promising to uphold its reputation for putting the “fun” back into fundraisers, is honored to be one of the first events held at The Fisher Center, Nashville’s prestigious new performing arts facility.
As in years past, “Evening Of Stories” will feature an eclectic group of storytellers and musical guests who weave their unique, moving, and often humorous tales and talents into the fabric of a magical evening. This year’s featured storytellers include British sailing legend and author Tracy Edwards, MBE and People’s Choice Award winner and author Carlos Whittaker. Musical guests will be Kelsea Ballerini, Hillary Scott (Lady A) with her husband Chris Tyrell, Cody Fry, and Anne Wilson.
MORE ABOUT THIS YEAR’S STORYTELLERS:
Tracy Edwards, MBE is a British sailor who won international fame as the skipper of the first all-female crew to sail around the world competing in the Whitbread Round The World Race. She has written two books about her experiences and now uses her yacht, Maiden, to raise funds and awareness for girls’ education. “Maiden,” which tells Tracy’s story, is an award-winning film that premiered in 2019.
Carlos Whittaker is a self-proclaimed “Hope Dealer” who spends the majority of his time telling stories on stages and phone screens across the world that lead people toward action. He’s a People’s Choice Award winner, author of three books, and the host of the popular podcast, “Human Hope with Carlos Whittaker.”
Previous “Evening of Stories” artists and storytellers have included Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Scott Hamilton, Poet Laureate Billy Collins, Bear Rhinehart, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Holly Williams, Bob Goff, Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins, Drew and Ellie Holcomb, Ben Rector, David Wilcox, Andy Gullahorn, Nichole Nordeman, Jill Phillips, Devon Gilfillian, Emily West, Lindsay Ell, Ian Morgan Cron, Donald Miller, Jon Acuff, poets Amena Brown and Kevin Young, and many more.
Porter’s Call founder, Al Andrews, has shared, “Every day, our team has the privilege of offering a safe and confidential space for artists off-stage to deal with the issues they face. Thanks to the sponsors and others who support and attend our annual event and believe in the art, wellness, and health of artists, we pride ourselves on creating a hope-filled event that is not just talent-packed but heart-changing. By being a part of ‘Evening of Stories,’ you can become a part of the larger story with us. We hope to see you there to share in an amazing evening at a world-class venue.”
Porter’s Call has been bringing well-being and relief to recording artists and their families for more than 20 years, offering counsel, support, and encouragement at no charge in a confidential and private environment. To date, their team has spent more than 60,000 hours working for and with their clients, saving them millions of dollars on counseling fees. As a 501-c3 non-profit, its unique mission is sustained entirely by donations and Evening of Stories sponsorships.
HOW CAN YOU ATTEND THIS NOT-TO-BE-MISSED ANNUAL EVENT? VISIT PORTERSCALL.COM/TICKETS
A very limited number of sponsor packages are still available, which include priority seating and an exclusive VIP reception. Please contact Ashley Holland at [email protected] or by calling 615-414-6291 for more information.
ABOUT PORTER’S CALL: Porter’s Call is a 501c3 non-profit that offers counsel, support, and encouragement at no charge to recording artists and their families. Since its inception in 2001, Porter’s Call’s counselors, called “porters,” have spent over 60,000 hours with clients in a private and confidential environment. Porter’s Call has become a trusted and integral part of the music landscape in Nashville and beyond. porterscall.com.