Jewel Raises Cash For Project Clean Water With Benefit Performances
Singer and green gal Jewel is helping to raise money for Project Clean Water by holding two extra special benefit performances in Nashville, Tennessee.
Jewel founded Project Clean Water back in 1997 to help bring awareness to clean water shortages and raise money for the repair of water sources in poor areas all around the world. Both Southeast Ethiopia and the Dogon villages of Mali are two of the many areas that receive aid from the organization.
About the event, Jewel says:
“It’s wonderful to perform some of my favorite compositions in such an intimate setting and help those in need at the same time.”
The shows are at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. on April 28 at the Bluebird café. General seating is $100 and special “Gold Circle” seating — which includes a meet and greet with the star — goes for $250. Of course, all the cash will go towards helping the cause.
Sound like a fun night? Visit BlueBirdCafe.com to learn more!