Car Show, Other
May 22–23, 2010
Permanent Link to this event
- K9 Kohl
- 615 593-2066
About WRFN Hot Rod Motorcycle Show and Concert Benefit
Rock icon Tommy Tutone will headline a benefit for Radio Free Nashville (RFN), Nashville’s community radio station. Tutone is best known for the 80’s anthem “Jenny (867-5309)”, a song that inspired thousands of phone calls around the country to unsuspecting folks who happened to share Jenny’s catchy phone number. The RFN benefit will be held Saturday, May 22, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Limelight, 201 Woodland Street in Nashville. Tickets for the benefit are $10.
Rounding out the bill are Hellfire Revival, Marc Eric, Kris Bell, Jason and the Punknecks, and the Chris Cassell Trio. Rick Bacon, automotive host from Spike TV, will be on hand to sign autographs and talk with fans. And a 50’s-style Pinup Girl contest will continue throughout the night, with the winner featured in spreads in both Rust Queens magazine, and cruisinthestreets.com online magazine.
A Hot Rod and Motorcycle show hosted by the Voodoo Kings Car Club will run simultaneously in the parking lot of the Limelight. For information on entering, contact k9 Kohl at 615-593-3493. A free limo will ferry benefit-goers between the Limelight and downtown Nashville.
The benefit is sponsored by The Entertainers Group Talent Management, Caesar’s Italian, Bistro, Unique Automotive, Kustom Thrills Tattoo, 1st American Sedans and Limousines, Flyte World Dining, Nobodys Sports Bar in The Boro O’Reillys Auto Parts, and Auto Zone.
Radio Free Nashville broadcasts at 107.1-FM, on the web at www.radiofreenashville.org and on iQTV cable channel 10 on SAP. Radio Free Nashville provides Nashville's only programming dedicated to examining health care in Tennessee; introducing children to music; teaching owners how to outwit their dogs; and more, plus every imaginable kind of music, from zydeco and blues to smooth jazz and chorale, all produced and hosted by local community programmers. Over 80 community members are currently on the air.
In addition, Radio Free Nashville partners with Oasis Center and has a broadcast production facility for youth operating at the Oasis Center YOC on Charlotte Avenue. Youth from around the area broadcast live from the center weekly. For more information about Radio Free Nashville and the upcoming benefit, contact k9 Kohl at 615-593-3493. Or visit www.radiofreenashville.org.
Date and Time
Sat May 22, 2010 – Sun May 23, 2010
6:00 pm – 3:00 am (CDT)
Location and MapLimelight
201 Woodland st
Nashville, Tennessee 37201