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Change the Tune
Join the Family Center for a fun evening of live music and dancing.
Change lives by dancing the night away!
Pay tribute to your favorite music festival by getting in the spirit! Festival attire is highly encouraged! Choose a favorite music festival and coordinate with your friends… or be a renegade with your own style.
This year’s entertainment is live music with The Long Players!
In 2004, The Long Players began packing Nashville clubs and theaters with faithful front-to-back renditions of classic albums. The combination of The Long Players as “house band” with the amazing variety of guest artists they have enlisted over the last six years to bring these classic LP’s to life has become a staple of Nashville’s local music scene and has garnered national attention with feature news stories from NPR’s All Things Considered, the AP Wire Service and Reuters / Billboard Magazine.
At each of the band’s public shows, The Long Players have chosen to take a portion of the proceeds and donate it to charity. On more than a few occasions, the money has gone directly to musicians to supplement health care expenses when insurance wasn’t enough. At other times the money has been donated to organizations like Music Cares, The Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, Alive Hospice, and others.
Despite ever-changing musical styles, The Long Players have proven adept at recreating the sound and feel of these classic records while their guest singers add their own spin to the songs. Every show becomes a new experience with the performance of a different record and with different guest vocalists. You won’t see the same show twice!
Help the Family Center come together for a festive evening to help them Change the Tune for children and families. With your help, they can provide even more parenting seminars and groups at a lower cost to families in the community.
Learn more about The Family Center at www.familycentertn.org.
There is a lot adjacent to the venue in the back of the building, as well as paid lots in close proximity. There is also ample street parking.
Marathon Music Works has a dedicated ADA section near the front of the stage where anyone (and a guest) physically needing to sit during a show is welcome. Just let the staff know once you arriveView more
Marathon Music Works has a dedicated ADA section near the front of the stage where anyone (and a guest) physically needing to sit during a show is welcome. Just let the staff know once you arrive that you need to be seated in this section and they will be happy to direct you.View less