Belmont University Student Organizes "Bands That Jam For Africa" Benefit Concert to Feed Hungry Children on Monday, November 18, at Rocketown in Nashville, Tennessee

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A "Bands That Jam For Africa" benefit concert will be held Monday night, November 18th at 6PM at Rocketown in Nashville, Tennessee. Tickets for the charity event are $5.00 and can be purchased at the door or by going to

Morgan Fisher, Founder Bands That Jam For Africa

Buy a ticket, enjoy the show and help save the life of a child.

The concert will feature Poema, Kirsten Arian, Safe In Blue, Bloom and The Red Headed Indian, all bands who have donated their time and talent to help raise funds to support the humanitarian work of Joint Aid Management,, a 28-year-old relief organization that helps to feed and educate over 750,000 children in 5 African countries including Rwanda, South Sudan, Mozambique, Angola and South Africa.

Morgan Fisher, the 20-year-old founder of Bands that Jam For Africa, started the organization when she was only 14 years old. Since that time she has raised thousands of dollars, providing clean water, education and food to children in Africa while inspiring teenagers and young adults to use their passion for music to make an impact on the lives of thousands of children in Africa.

Morgan is a junior at Belmont University majoring in the Social Entrepreneurship Program. She was recently featured in Seventeen Magazine as part of Beyonce Knowles Chime for Change Initiative. Morgan traveled in 2011 and 2013 to visit the children in Africa where she lived on the JAM base and learned first hand the activities of the organization.

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