Bluebird in the Boro Returns to Support Alive

Benefit Concert Series Features Tim James, Dylan Altman, Brice Long, James Slater, and More

NASHVILLE, TENN. – (2/4/19 ) – Alive, the only nonprofit provider of hospice care and end-of-life services for Middle Tennessee, today announced its annual benefit concert series, Bluebird in the Boro, returns March 4-6, 2019 for its 6th year. Featured artists include Tim James, Dylan Altman, Marshall Altman, Gabe Dixon, Brice Long, James Slater, and more.

“As the only community based, nonprofit hospice in the region, it is our mission to bring loving end-of-life care to all who need it in Middle Tennessee,” said Alive’s President/CEO Anna-Gene O’Neal. “The incredible community in Murfreesboro supports us, and in return, we have the privilege of caring for their loved ones at the end of their lives. We are proud to be a member of this community.”


  • Time/Date: March 4-6 from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm
  • Location: The Grove at Williamson Place, 3250 Wilkinson Pike, Murfreesboro, TN 37129
  • Tickets: $100 per person. Includes a catered meal, drinks, and live music.
  • Make a $1,000 donation, and join the “Songwriter’s Circle,” which provides you with a table for eight, show memorabilia, and donor recognition.

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All proceeds from the Murfreesboro series are donated to Alive and used to provide end-of-life care and resources to the local community.

This year’s presenting sponsors are Murfreesboro Oral Surgery & Implant Center, Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital, and TwelveStone Health Partners.

About Alive

Alive is the only nonprofit provider of hospice care and end-of-life services in Middle Tennessee. Its mission is to provide loving care for people with life-threatening illnesses, support to their families, and service to the community in a spirit of enriching lives. This includes in-home and in-patient hospice care, grief support, advance care planning, outreach, support to underserved communities, education about the end of life, financial assistance, a robust volunteer program, and clinician training through the Alive Institute. A pioneer in the “good death” movement, Alive established the third hospice in the nation in

1975. Today, it remains true to its roots as an innovator and leader helping individuals Adapt to Life Limiting Illnesses Very Effectively. To learn more or volunteer, call 615-327-1085.

Media Contact: 
Liz Haas, communications manager, Alive Hospice  |  c: 615-613-1720