Miller Made Music and Jessie Baylin, with additional support from LabelLive and Lightning 100, have come together in support of Baylin’s December 7th show at The Basement East in Nashville to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank, a non-profit charity organization whose mission is to feed the hungry and work to solve hunger issues in our community.
Baylin, featuring the Watson Twins and her band, is planning a very special evening performing a mix of her own brand of folk-tinged dream pop in addition to holiday songs in honor of the season and the spirit of giving. “Doing a show during the holiday season creates a wonderful opportunity to give to those in need, and likewise share that with friends and the good people in our community,” says Baylin. “It will be a musical evening filled with nostalgia, love, and holiday cheer.” Supporting Baylin is special guest Nanty Jan and the Nephews, and DJ Radski will be on the turntables.
Baylin is also celebrating the broad release of her Richard Swift-produced (Nathaniel Rateliff, Damien Jurado) psychedelic holiday single “Purple Snowflakes,” previously exclusive to Amazon, and now available at all digital retailers this Friday, November 18th. The song was originally covered by Marvin Gaye in 1964.
Tickets for the show are $12, and are on sale now at Lightning100.com, Grimeys.com, and at The Basement East–ticket prices go up to $15 day of show. Doors are at 7:15 p.m., and the show starts at 8:00 p.m. Come out and support a great cause!