From the Nashville Scene:
BENEFIT FOR LORNA FLOWERS Less than a year ago, Michael Moore’s documentary Sicko—an attack on America’s health care industry—helped highlight our staggering number of uninsured and underinsured citizens. Nashville-based U.K. songwriter Lorna Flowers shares a similar predicament with many of the film’s subjects. Recently diagnosed with breast cancer, Flowers, like most other Nashville songwriters, has no health insurance. Seeking to offset the ghastly cost of treatment, surgery and recovery, this benefit at the Commodore Sports Lounge (located inside West End Holiday Inn Select) will feature performances by Rivers Rutherford, Tony Lane, David Lee, Benita Hill and too many others to list. Autographed memorabilia from other popular artists will also be up for auction. 7 p.m. at Commodore Sports Bar —SETH GRAVESCheck out Lorna's music on her MySpace page.