Nashville, TN -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/29/2014 -- Lori Wright, Nashville artist is pleased to announce that she will be offering a benefit concert with funds dedicated to fighting the growth of crime in Memphis, Tennessee. The targeted area is a low income and poverty-stricken area in the community. Ms. Wright recognizes the link between poverty and crime and chose this method to help the community.
According to Lori, “Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. Romans 12:21. Life is all about perception. Poor character isn’t the only reason people do wrong things. Actually, circumstances can cause people to act a certain way. It's from those circumstances that a person's attitude is affected followed by weakening of character. Not the reverse. If we had no faults of our own, we should not take so much pleasure in noticing those in others and judging their lives as either black or white, good or bad. We all live our lives in shades of gray. Choose the world you see and see the world you choose. Not everything faced can be changed. But nothing can be changed until it’s faced. Where there is hope, there is faith, where there is faith, miracles happen. With faith, love, and God all things are possible. I'm grateful for all the love and support I’ve been given and I’m thrilled to be able to offer something back to a community filled with hope.” It will be held in Nashville on November 1, 2014. As the flyer for the event states: Love Changes Everything.
Nashville's talented and beautiful singer is not afraid to rock the boat. The sold-out concert is to feature various artists in multi genres. It’s sure to provide a boatload of enjoyment and the proceeds are for a great cause.
Ms. Wright brings her talents to the community with her amazing vocal talents. Her upcoming album “Day Dreamer” is set to be released in December. Giving people HOPE while sharing the songs and vocal arrangements is sure to bring a full evening of enjoyment for those attending.
Information about the concert can be obtained by contacting Chadwick Shin at (615) 373-8291.
A brochure about the event is attached.