Chair-ish the Night with Vince Gill & Friends

4th Annual Benefit Concert

Friday, November 16, 2012

Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

6 o’clock p.m.

Cocktail Reception, Silent and Art Auction

in the Conservatory

8:45 p.m.

Concert Begins and Vince Gill introduces his special guests!

Ford Theater

Please join us on Friday, November 16 as we boldly blend two fantastic fundraising events into one!!!  Vince Gill meets CHAIR-ISH THE KIDS!!

We could not resist merging two great elements – fine art and incredible music.   STARS is pleased to announce that you now only have to show up at one location, on one date, to experience both Chair-ish the Kids (now Chair-ish the Night) and Vince Gill!!

We will be offering different levels of partricipation for your convenience. 

$125  ~ Join us for ONLY the cocktail reception, art and silent auction.

$175 ~ Join us for the cocktail reception, art and silent auction AND concert.

$275 ~ Join as a PATRON for the cocktail reception, art and silent auction AND concert with PREFERRED seating.

$500 ~ Join us a STAR-STUDDED PATRON for the cocktail reception, art and silent auction AND concert with a

5th ROW SEAT!

Reserve your seat today!  Give us a call, 615-983-6805.

 

The 2012 ADAM Award

Accepting Differences Among Mankind

Please nominate that remarkable person in your life making a difference in the lives of others. 

The ADAM award was established to honor the life of Adam Duke, son of Alva and Mark Duke of Franklin, TN.  Adam Duke was born with Down syndrome and although his life did not last long, his memory and impact on the world will forever be felt.  In 1981, Alva founded Kids on the Block to both honor Adam’s life and because she wanted to help kids learn to be accepting of each other regardless of their differences.  This award is given annually in memory of Adam Duke to the individual who has consistently “gone the extra mile” to promote the importance of Accepting Differences Among Mankind (ADAM)

To download our nomination form, please click here.

 

A SPECIAL SHOUT OUT TO OUR SPONSORS:

Local Legend Sponsors

HCA/TriStar

VEBA

Wage Works 

Rising Star Sponsors

Horizon Wealth Advisory

Law Office of Mary LaGrone

O’Charley’s

Opening Act Sponsors

Nashville Lawn Care Equipment

 

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3rd Annual AN EVENING WITH VINCE GILL & SPECIAL GUESTS

November 1, 2011

Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

 

On Nov. 1, 2011, Vince Gill invited Amy Grant, Dierks Bentley, The Del McCoury Band and special guest Troy Gentry for a magical night of music benefiting STARS (Students Taking A Right Stand) at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum. Held for the third year, this concert assists STARS in their important work helping mid-state students, families and schools, K-12, with bullying prevention, substance abuse, violence and other tough social and emotional barriers to learning. For more info on STARS or to be included in our 2012 concert event notices, visit www.starsnashville.org or 615-279-0058.

 

 

 

2nd Annual AN EVENING WITH VINCE GILL & SPECIAL GUESTS

November 11, 2010

Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

 Vince was joined by his daughter, Jenny Gill, Don Schlitz and Sean Weaver!  What an amazing evening of storytelling, songs and friendship.  THANK YOU to our presenting sponsor, CVS/Caremark, for once again joining up with the efforts of STARS.  We are able to raise over $100,000!   

 

 

 

 1st Annual AN EVENING WITH VINCE GILL & SPECIAL GUESTS 

November 3, 2009

Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

From left to right: Rodney Crowell, Richard Marx, Vince Gill, Dan Tyminski and Alison Krauss.

Vince Gill wowed us all with his special guests and his music!!  With the support of our presenting sponsor, CVS/Caremark, and the friendship of Mr. Gill, we were able to raise close to $65,000 for the deserving young people we reach every year.


STARS welcomes and will serve individuals with both mental health and substance use disorders. We believe that every door is the right door to gain access to appropriate services in the integrated system of care.

STARS does not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion, creed, color, sex or national origin. No one shall be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any of STARS programs or activities. STARS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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