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THE HIGHAM NASHVILLE EXPERIENCE
5/27/21

Morris Higham Management has teamed up with The Bluebird Cafe and the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF) to give pediatric patients across the country the Nashville experience.

The partnership brings Morris Higham’s roster of artists to the RSF-launched mini concert series, The Nashville Sessions, which kicked off in 2020 and features performances and songwriter insight during sit-down interviews across iconic Nashville venues.

ACM award-winning artist Brantley Gilbert, Brandon Lay, Chase Wright and Joey Hendricks participated in the latest installment held at The Bluebird Cafe.

“My time in Seacrest Studios at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt really had an impact on me,” said Gilbert. “I’m so grateful to be a part of The Nashville Sessions for Seacrest Studios, and I hope we get the privilege to meet with patients and families in person again soon.”

“We are so thankful for the great work the Seacrest Foundation continues to spearhead for these families who are already juggling so much,” shared Clint Higham, President of Morris Higham.

I believe these sessions capture the feeling of being here, in our tiny room, and hopefully, patients watching will learn something new about their favorite songs while getting acquainted with the talented creators behind them,” added Erika Wollam Nichols, GM for The Bluebird. 

Morris Higham’s roster has previously done visits with Seacrest Studios and several artists have selected RSF as a charitable recipient for campaigns and benefit concerts. 

“So many of the patients and families our partner hospitals serve will never get the chance to visit Nashville or see these artists live, so these sessions are truly a gift for them. Adding in the opportunity for them to learn about and see a venue as iconic as The Bluebird Cafe makes this session extra special!” Said Meredith Seacrest, Executive Director & COO, RSF.