April 2012 Newsletter Tammy Vice


I hope this finds you all doing well, and enjoying the Spring. April is Autism Awareness month, and we have some great events planned. Here's the latest:


"Coffee Baptism" was recently released to radio on GodsChild Records. Thanks to the stations who are giving it a spin. We hope it wakes you up and brings a smile. Kudos to Lynn Fox, my co-writer on this one. Fun song!

This month is All Things Autism. Morgan and I will be hosting the Eleventh Annual Breaking The Chains Event at The Bluebird Cafe' to benefit ASMT.

Morgan and Mom at the Breaking the Chains Event for Autism Awareness

Last month I told you Morgan and I were cooking up something special. We will be performing our first co-write at the SENSE Theatre Benefit with a special video presentation. Blythe Corbett collaborated on this one with us. The title is "Breaking The Fast". It tells about one of our favorite routines; cooking Saturday morning breakfast.

Details for both events are in the schedule below.


I'm thankful for the little things that are beyond coincidence. Morgan has some unique interests. Lately she has really wanted to see a ribbon cutting ceremony. We always aim to please, but I wasn't sure how we were going to pull this one off. Then early Wednesday morning, the ticker running under the local news said there would be a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Sam's Club, just around the corner from our house. We not only got to see it. Thanks to the manager, we got a front row seat. To see this video moment and others, visit our Youtube Channel; tbvice


Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

Bluebird Cafe

Eleventh Annual Breaking The Chains Benefit - 6:00 pm &
9:00 pm

4101 Hillsboro Rd. Nashville TN 37215 US (615) 262-0883

The Eleventh Annual Breaking the Chains Benefit Concert for
The Autism Society of Middle Tennessee will take place Tuesday, April 17th, at the Bluebird Cafe,
4104 Hillsboro Road, Nashville. Admission to the early show is free, but
donations for ASMT will be accepted, as we pass the BIG LOUD HAT! Tickets for
the late show are $10, with proceeds going to ASMT.

The Bluebird Café is one of the world’s preeminent listening
rooms and the venue has gained worldwide recognition as a songwriter’s
performance space where the “heroes behind the hits” perform their own songs.
Each year our family has had the privilege to put this event together to thank
ASMT for all they do for the community.
Here are the details:

Round 1 - 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m

Tammy Vice, Stephen Lee Veal, Richard Trest, and Naoise

Round 2 - 9:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

Les Kerr, Jerry Salley , Wood Newton, and Casey Kelly

For more information and to reserve tickets visit The Bluebird Cafe

Reservations suggested. Seats go quickly.


Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

Blair School of Music Turner Hall

SENSE Theatre Benefit - 7:00 pm

2400 Blakemore Ave. Nashville TN 37240 US 615-322-7651

Price: $25.00

A benefit for SENSE Theatre, A Stage of Hope For Children
With Autism

Scheduled to perform: Jeri Sager - Veteran Broadway lead
actress, Ryan Michaels Band, SENSE Theatre Kids. USN Theatre Guild, Emelyn
Bingham & Orchestra, and Tammy & Morgan Vice.

Tickets available for purchase at: SENSE Benefit

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Country Music Hall of Fame

Words and Music Night - 7:00 pm

222 Fifth Ave S. Nashville TN 37203 US

Writers and students share some of the songs written in the
Words and Music program this school year.
The event is held in the Ford Theatre

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

Saddle Up

Autism Equine and Artistic Expression - 2:00 pm Till 5:00 pm

1549 Hillsboro Road Franklin TN 37069 USA 615-794-1150

Details coming soon!

Saturday, August 18th, 2012

Bedford County Ag

I Am What I Am Music Festival - 10:00 am till 9:00 pm

2118 Midland Road Shelbyville TN 37160 USA 931-684-7077

Come out for LIVE auction! LIVE BANDS! FOOD! Activities for
Kids! Mud Trucks! Petting Zoo! Car Show! Bull Riding Competition! Motorcycle
Rides! Acoustic Stage! Country, Bluegrass, Classic Rock, Contemporary
Christian, Rap, Folk, Alternative rock, & Heavy Metal Rock!

Proceeds go to the Beford Count Association for Exceptional
Children (BCAEC) &

The Autism Society of Middle Tennessee (ASMT)

Brought to you by The Ghost Ballerinas & Elympic

Until Next Time, Know The Hope! Tammy Vice


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