Ross Wine-Sky to Perform October 4th
Blind musician, Ross Wine-Sky, and his Rockin' Americana band, ELECTRIC WINE-SKY, will be playing at the Music City Star Train Station celebrating Employment Month for People with Disabilities, sponsored by the Middle Tennessee Center for Independent Living (CIL) and other community agencies, this Thursday afternoon, October 4. Wine-Sky is a singer-songwriter who moved to Nashville six years ago from the San Francisco Bay area. In addition to songwriting and performing, he has been a disability advocate and has served as Execut ive Director for several employment programs serving people with disabilities. ELECTRIC WINE-SKY recently played The Billy Block Show and is currently at work on a new CD.
Wine-Sky has assembled an electric, rootsy band that will rock your socks off. These virtuoso musicians are the perfect backdrop for Wine-Sky's earthy voice and help bring to life his songs which are filled with the stories of cops on the run, blind cowboys, itinerant lovers, homeless heroes, devoted sons with troubled fathers, and migrant workers.
National Disability Employment Awareness Month theme: Workers with Disabilities: Talent for a Winning Team
Where: 108 1st Avenue, S, Nashville, TN, the New Music City Star Riverfront Station, at Broadway and First, on the River
Music: Electric Wine-Sky
Date: Tuesday, October 4th, 2007
Time: 3:30 – 6:30PM
There will be information tables with employment resources for people with disabilities