Benefit Concert Featuring Big Smo On April 1, 2017
Big Smo, along with Haden Carpenter, will perform at Cumberland Caverns for a benefit concert for Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. The benefit concert is for all ages, so please join Big Smo, Haden Carpenter, and all of us in helping make this one of the most memorable benefits ever; help us give back to the ones who have helped millions.
April 1, 2017
12 pm – 3 pm CST
Children Tickets (12 and under) – $15
Adult Tickets – $30
About Big Smo
As an artist, Big Smo lays down epic rhymes that challenge listeners to party when they can, to champion the values on which they were (or should have been) raised, to look straight into the eyes of life, to laugh and love and even get angry every once in awhile if that helps make things right.
About Haden Carpenter
Haden Carpenter was born and raised in Fort Smith, Arkansas. His musical journey began by singing in an Ozark Mountain church which led him to Memphis, Tennessee to study music in 2001. In Memphis, Haden honed his sound inspired by artists Otis Redding, Al Green, Booker T, Steve Earle, Don Williams, John Prine, and Stevie Wonder. After graduation he moved east to Nashville in 2008, and started writing and performing on a regular basis. In 2012, Haden joined the band of Warner Nashville recording artist Big SMO and has been touring with him as primary vocalist and guitar player, as well as being the opening act on several tour stops.
Jamie Brock at (931) 314-4584
*Sponsors: All sponsors will have their name with their logo on a banner that will be displayed the day of the benefit
*Donations: Donations that are $250 or more will receive 2 free tickets to the event. Donations that are $500 will receive 4 free tickets to the event.
*Meet and greet after the benefit concert*