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Jordie Lane & Ruby Boots to Present Come Together on Feb. 1

Jordie Lane & Ruby Boots to Present Come Together on Feb. 1

// 1.22.20

Australia’s Jordie Lane and Ruby Boots Round Up Some of Nashville’s Finest for Come Together

In partnership with the Americana Music Association, this special Australian bushfire fundraiser takes place on Saturday, February 1 at Nashville's Mercy Lounge


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Jan. 22, 2020) -- In partnership with the Americana Music Association, on Saturday, February 1, Aussies and the East Nashville community will come together at Mercy Lounge to raise funds for those affected by the catastrophic fires currently destroying native bushland, wildlife and homes in Australia. Tickets are now on sale here starting at $20 in advance.


Jordie Lane and Ruby Boots, both Aussie touring and recording artists now based in Nashville, are bringing together their Australian and Nashville friends for this very special night of music and unity to raise much-needed funds, spirits, and to show their love for the people, wildlife and land of Australia.


Come Together
An Australian Bushfire Fundraiser
Presented by Jordie Lane and Ruby Boots in partnership with the Americana Music Association
Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020 // 8 p.m. CT
Mercy Lounge (1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN 37203)
Tickets Available Here


Lineup (in alpha order):

Andrew Combs, Becca Mancari, Erin Rae, Emma Swift, Freddy & Francine, Jordie Lane & Clare Reynolds, Josh Rennie-Hynes, Langhorne Slim, Liz Stringer, Mary Gauthier, Molly Parden, Nicole Atkins, Ruby Boots, Steve Poltz, The Winnie Blues

Hosted by Randy Feltface (The Purple Puppet)

100% of proceeds go to Australia's Red Cross and Wildlife Victoria


Featuring an all-star lineup of some of America and Australia’s finest artists, who are all bound by mutual admiration for each other's music, and also share the same zip-code, the show dishes up the cream of Nashville’s Americana music including roots, soul and rock 'n' roll.

From GRAMMY®-nominated singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier to 2019 Americana Emerging Act of the Year nominee Erin Rae and the masterful entertainer that is Steve Poltz to psychedelic crooner Nicole Atkins, this evening will not be one to miss.

Andrew Combs, Becca Mancari and Molly Parden will also take the stage that evening, showing solidarity to their Aussie comrades Ruby Boots, Jordie Lane & Clare Reynolds, Emma Swift, Josh Rennie-Hynes, Liz Stringer and The Winnie Blues, all now making their marks on Nashville and North America.

The performers will be backed by a star-studded house band led by Nashville producer/arranger Jordan Lehning, and the host of the show will be none other than the Aussie cheeky-mouthed Purple Puppet Comedian, Randy Feltface (as seen on NBC’s "Bring The Funny" in 2019).

Jordie Lane speaks of how the night came together: "I mentioned to Bex, a.k.a. Ruby Boots, that we had just put on a bunch of fundraisers in Australia, and we decided that we needed to do this in Nashville. That’s where we live, and there are so many Aussies here and so many amazing Americans willing to help out, so that’s what we’re doing. Sending a message of love to, and also a bucket load of cash to Australians back home to help in the relief efforts and continued adversity they are set to face."

100% of the donations will go toward Australia’s Red Cross and Wildlife Victoria, and various other fundraising activities like Raffle Prizes will be up for grabs on the night of the show.

The Americana Music Association is proud to support these artists' efforts in raising funds for this cause to help provide relief to the people of Australia affected by this tragedy.


About the Bushfires: 

The 2019–20 Australian bushfire season is a series of bushfires, also known around the world as wildfires, that are currently burning across Australia, predominantly in the Southeast. As of Jan. 14, 2020, fires this season have burned an estimated 46 million acres, destroyed over 5,900 buildings and killed at least 29 people and over 1 billion animals.

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About the Americana Music Association:
The Americana Music Association is a professional not-for-profit trade organization whose mission is to advocate for the authentic voice of American roots music around the world. The Association produces events throughout the year; including AMERICANAFEST and the critically acclaimed Americana Honors & Awards program. The Americana Music Association receives enormous support from the Tennessee Department of Tourism, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC.


For more information or interview requests, please contact:
Bryan Ros | Americana Music Association | 615.386.6936 |
Jackie Marushka | Marushka Media | 615.417.6500 |
Bex Chilcott | 
Jordie Lane | 626.438.3665 |