Citizens for Appropriate Rural Roads
On Saturday, November 13 at 7:00 pm, a group of diverse Indiana musicians will gather at the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre to celebrate the release of a CD entitled "Save It, Don't Pave It: Music to Save our Communities." The CD has been created in an effort to raise awareness of the negative financial and environmental consequences for all communities throughout the state if a new-terrain I-69 highway is built through southern Indiana.
At the CD release benefit, a selection of talented musicians will play their songs from the CD, and all funds raised through ticket and CD sales will go toward informing Indiana taxpayers about the true cost of the highway.
Local musicians who have donated their songs to create a musical CD that will keep your feet tapping while you help fight the highway include:
- Bill, Darrell & Glenda Breeden
- Clinton Burch
- The Dew Daddies
- Krista Detor
- Betty Dylan
- Tim Grimm
- Deke Hager
- Marc Haggerty
- Bruce Kell
- Beth Lodge-Rigal
- Carrie Newcomer
- Brandon Pussey
- Mitch Rice
- Tom Rosnowski
- Steve Sobiech
- James Alexander Thom
- Sophia Travis
- By Wicked Name
- Jason Wilber
- Brian Winterman
The CD will be on sale at the Concert. After November 13 they can be purchased from the CARR website, ...
Other creative folks who are making the CD happen include: Bruce Kell, Michelle Henderson, Mitch Rice, Ned Shaw, Merridee LaMantia, Dan Webber from Airtime Studio and Jason Wilber.
When: Saturday, November 13, 7 p.m.
Where: Buskirk Chumley Theatre; 114 E. Kirkwood Avenue, Bloomington, Indiana; 1/2 block east of the Courthouse Square
Tickets: $10.00, available at the Sunrise Box Office. Call 812-339-6741 to order your tickets over the phone.
Contact: Michelle Henderson () if you would like to help with the event.