Artists’ Prized Instruments Damaged in Flood Play Second Role in Supporting Nashville's Flood Recovery

 


NASH2O is a charitable initiative to raise money from the damaged instruments, equipment, and other items and services to benefit musicians and in the greater Nashville music community, many of whom were uninsured for flooding, with a portion also going to greater Nashville fire and rescue departments in need of equipment. This effort is being spearheaded by luthier Joe Glaser, George Gruhn, and musician Bruce Bouton, with help from many others. Most pieces were flood damaged and have been decontaminated (and certified for safety). Some items were never touched by the water but have been donated specifically for this fundraising effort, such as special editions offered as sweepstakes prizes.

About Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company With nearly 90 years of experience insuring the entertainment industry, Fireman’s Fund is the recognized leader in the field insuring artists and bands in all genres of the music industry and providing coverage for music festivals, record labels, promoters, talent management as well as sports teams and events. Fireman’s Fund is a member of the Allianz Group, the world’s largest provider of property and casualty insurance. For additional information, visit www.firemansfund.com.

Media Contacts: Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company Suzanne S. Meraz | Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company | Office 415.899.3647 | Cell 415.827.4265 | smeraz@ffic.com NASH2O Jayne Rogovin | The Jayne Gang | Cell 615.403.2393 | jrogovin@mac.com