(August 22, 2020) Kinney of Drivin N Cryin performed at Shepherd’s Men event to raise funds and awareness for PTSD and TBI Treatment.
Shepherd’s Men, a team of active duty, medically retired and honorably discharged servicemen and civilian patriots dedicated to raising funds and awareness for the Atlanta-based Shepherd Center’s SHARE Military Initiative, will host two fundraising events—at a local brewery and a nearby outdoor amphitheater. The event will feature Kevn Kinney, front-man for Hall of Famers, Drivin N Cryin and singer-songwriter Levi Lowrey who penned #1 hits for Zac Brown Band.
“We raise money for our veterans—brothers who have lost their lives, for our brothers who are still fighting long after they leave the battlefield and for our brothers who have not yet returned home from war,” said Travis Ellis, Shepherd’s Men co-founder. “We will not rest until the number of lives lost every day to suicide goes from 22 to 0. Our veterans deserve to live purposeful, gratifying lives after their honorable service to this country.”
Buck Bald Brewing, 12 noon – 6:00 p.m.
For the second year, Buck Bald Brewing in Copperhill, TN, will host a fundraiser to support Shepherd’s Men and their life saving mission for veterans. On Saturday, Aug. 22, 12 noon to 6 p.m., Buck Bald Brewing will serve 22 Pale Ale and 10/22 Stout, two beers brewed specifically for Shepherd’s Men, and donate all proceeds from beer sales to Shepherd’s Men. In addition to a silent auction, food will be provided by Blue Jeans Pizza. Music will be brought to you by local artist Shannon York.
Benefit Concert at The Cabins at Copperhill, 7:30 p.m. – Featuring Kevn Kinney & Levi Lowrey
Following live music, food and beverages at Buck Bald Brewing, Shepherd’s Men will host a concert at The Cabins at Copperhill (located just 6 miles from Buck Bald Brewing), featuring Georgia Music Hall of Famer and legendary front man of Drivin N Cryin, Kevn Kinney, as well as singer-songwriter, Levi Lowrey, who penned #1 hits for Zac Brown Band. The music starts at 7:30 pm, with each musician playing a one-hour set.