Want to get out and see a great band tonight and also feel great about yourself as a human? If that’s the case, we’ve got the show for you. Acme Feed and Seed will be hosting blues supergroup Hard Working Americans on their stage tonight at 7:30 pm, and the proceeds of the show will go towards the Shalom Foundation, a Christian ministry group that provides financial support for underprivileged families. It’s a fantastic cause, and for the price of only $100, you can really feel like you did something worthwhile this evening. You can purchase tickets here if you’re interested, or read a bit more about the band after the jump. There will also be an afterparty featuring The Patrick Sweany Band, so be sure to get on out and have a great time at this fantastic event.
HARD WORKING AMERICANS
While you may not yet be aware of Hard Working Americans, you’ve definitely heard some of the projects of their members. Drawing from members from the likes of Great American Taxi and Widespread Panic, the six piece fits the bill of a super group. Recently, the group released the controversial video “Blackland Farmer”, which kicked up a lot of dirt and really put them in the spotlight during recent weeks. The group will be playing both this benefit show at Acme and the following night’s Nashville Dancin’, and you really owe it to yourself to catch them at one of the two performances.
Hard Working Americans will perform 7/30 at Acme Feed and Seed. The show is 21+, begins at at 7:30 pm (doors at 6 pm), and tickets are available for $100.