"Morris Higham Presents at The Bluebird Cafe" returned Tuesday, Aug. 6 to a sold out house. The second show in this year's series featured Old Dominion's Trevor Rosen and Matthew Ramsey along with pop artist Nick Luebke and country newcomer Chase Wright, both making their Bluebird Cafe debuts. Over $2,500 was raised with proceeds benefitting MusiCares.
The evening follows May's inaugural "Morris Higham Presents at The Bluebird Cafe" featuring Warner Nashville recording artists Michael Ray, Ryan Griffin and Walker County as well as Arista recording artist Carlton Anderson to benefit The CMA Foundation.
“We’re so grateful to our friends at Morris Higham for creating this series to give back to our industry,” said Debbie Carroll, Vice President, Health and Human Services MusiCares. “Events like this not only feature a night of incredible music but they allow us the opportunity to continue our mission of providing a place for the music community to turn in times of financial, personal and medical crisis.”
"Since 1989, MusiCares has distributed more than $60 million to artists in need," shared Morris Higham's Robert Filhart. "We created this concert series as a way to support the many incredible causes that give back to our music community and are thrilled to contribute to the incredible work being done by MusiCares.'"
The final "Morris Higham at The Blue Bird" of 2019 is scheduled for November 19 and will benefit ACM Lifting Lives. The show will feature clients of Morris Higham Management performing in the round at the Bluebird Cafe. Stay tuned for line up details