River Street Promotions is supporting youth mental health initiatives once again, this time indoors.

The company is bringing Nashville's grit and creativity to the Mae Wilson Theatre with 'Music Row at the Mae.' Jared Mathieson, a member of River Street Promotions, explained how the event got its name.

"It will basically be a night in Nashville in the Mae Wilson Theatre. Music Row is the famous strip where all the songwriters write their hit songs, so this night is going to be a songwriters round."

Emily Shackelton, Victoria Banks, Phil Barton and Jeff Cohen, will be gracing the stage and have all written hit songs we know and love. Show attendees will hear the story behind the music and the original song live.

"They have hits from all kinds of artists, from Reba McEntire to Carly Pearce, to Evan and Jaron, to Lee Brice, to Johnny Reed, the list goes on," says Mathieson.

Homestand '21 proceeds brought mental health resources to the Prairie South School Division and this time, River Street Promotions is expanding to different school divisions across Southern Saskatchewan. Andy Hamilton, a member of Riverstreet Promotions, says this is near and dear to their hearts.

"We are excited that our efforts and the contributions that the community has made are now getting out to the youth across the province," Hamilton says the promotion group is getting focused on their cause. 

The stage is set for January 28, with tickets going on sale on December 7. You can score tickets at SaskTix or by visiting the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre.

Listen to the full interview with Riverstreet Promotions here.

 

thumbnail_2022_Music_at_the_Mae.jpgMusic Row at the Mae event poster.

 

 

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