Music for Me Fine

Save the date! Music for Me Fine 2019 will be held on Friday, April 26th in The Stockroom at 230 in downtown Raleigh. 


Thank you for making our 2018 Music for Me Fine such a success by helping to raise more than $50,000 for families!

Django Haskins performing at our 2018 Music for Me Fine

Django Haskins

 

Skylar Gudasz

 

Eric Scholz

Stay tuned for our 2019 save the date!


Join longtime listeners and soon-to-be-fans for our 2018 Music for Me Fine benefit concert on Friday, April 20! North Carolina talents Skylar Gudasz and Django Haskins (lead singer of The Old Ceremony) are co-headlining this year’s event in the beautiful All Saints Chapel in downtown Raleigh. Doors open at 7:00pm; music starts at 8:00pm.

Empire Eats will be providing delicious fare from its signature restaurants to accompany your evening entertainment. You will be able to quench your thirst with a local Lonerider Beer, or a glass of wine. Crude Bitters will be crafting a specialty cocktail for the evening as well!

Back by popular demand, you will have the chance to bid on some incredible prizes in our silent auction, including a bottle of Famous Grouse Whisky, a trip down the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, and more.

Ticket prices are $65 for individual tickets and $120 for pairs. Don’t wait and miss out on a great deal for a full night of food, drink, music, and community. Purchase tickets today!

Most importantly, your support of Music for Me Fine allows us to provide assistance to critically ill children and their families where they need it the most. Through our partnerships with Duke, UNC, and WakeMed Children’s Hospitals, we work with hospital staff to ensure parents and caregivers have the resources they need in order to be present with their children. Whether it is by providing Chemo Ducks to newly diagnosed pediatric patients before their first chemotherapy treatment or providing a family a month’s worth of hospital parking vouchers, Me Fine is committed to partnering with families throughout their journey. Your support, as sponsor or attendee, makes this happen. Thank you!

Black and white photo of Django behind a microphone, singing, holding a guitarAbout Django Haskins: Described variously as “an intersection of Randy Newman’s gruff flamboyance, Nick Cave’s gothic élan and Leonard Cohen’s pithy wisdom” and “a pop stylist, with a quick lyrical wit and a card shark’s finesse in delivering a hook” Durham, NC based songwriter and author Django Haskins makes mongrel American music.

Django has recorded nine albums of his songs and has had his music featured in many indie and major films and TV. His music has received rave reviews in Pitchfork, Billboard, CMJ, and his mother’s letters, but it’s in the live shows where the music really comes alive, thanks to good old-fashioned showmanship and grit. Django tours both solo and with his band, The Old Ceremony. 

 

Skylar Gudasz

About Skylar Gudasz: After touring the world from Spain to Australia with Big Star’s Third, singer-songwriter, pianist, electric guitarist and flutist Skylar Gudasz released a set of lyrically driven, expressively rendered songs on her 2016 debut album, Oleander, leading the LA Times and MTV News to praise her “knockout vocal,” the “bell-like force” of her voice, Spotify to feature her on playlists such as “Vintage Vibes,” and the Bitter Southerner to name her “the Joni Mitchell the South never had.” She has toured Oleander extensively in the U.S. and overseas, supporting the likes of such luminaries as Teenage Fanclub, Television, Mount Moriah, Fruit Bats and Eric Bachmann in venues ranging all the way from the 9:30 Club to Pappy & Harriet’s to a 2017 showcase in the Central Presbyterian Church at SXSW and a sold out European tour opening solo for the Mountain Goats. 

Most recently she has appeared on TV with Hiss Golden Messenger on Late Night with Seth Meyers, lent backing vocals to a new Superchunk album, collaborated with songwriting royalty Louise Goffin, and currently is finishing her second album.

 

Eric Scholtz playing a guitar

About Eric Scholz: Eric wanted to be a rock star. After hearing an English singer-songwriter by the name of Nick Drake, music meant something more to him entirely. Bruce Springsteen was an influence and inspired him musically. Tom Petty, John Prine and Bob Dylan were also in heavy rotation.


We are indebted to the support of the following sponsors who help us offset event costs by investing in our mission. Join us in thanking each and every one of these generous organizations!

2018 Music for Me Fine Sponsors

Mainstage 

Empire Properties logo

Southern First logo

Sunbelt Rentals logo

 

Headliners

 

Environmental Holding Group logo

 

FastMed Urgent Care logo

 

 

Supporters

 

August Constructions Logo

Dogwood Properties logo

Coldwell Banker: Howard Perry and Walston

Spring-Green Lawn Care Logo

 

Weatherspoon & Voltz Attorney logo

 

Event Sponsors

 

Davis Moore logo

Lonerider Brewing logo

Riddick Insurance Group

Storr Office Environment

 

Fans of Me Fine

 

Dr. Johnson and Dr. Clark DDS logo
Crude Bitterslogo

Edge Office logo

Express Yourself Paint logo

Dr. Folden Lee, DDS logo

lucettegrace logo

Mako Medical Labs

Miller Law Group, PLLC

roofwerks logo

Shelco logo

TCBH Cary logo

Vinson Orthodontics logo