Musician’s Guild Rock for Autism


Grace and Charm Events was pleased to be a part of the First Annual Musician’s Guild Rock for Autism.

The Musician’s Guild members took to the stage Sunday, Sept 20, 2015 to raise awareness and funds for the Lee County Autism Networking Group. Thirteen bands performed between 1PM and 8PM at the Bottling Plant Event Center in downtown Opelika, AL.

The performers included: Left Hand Luck, Wood and Wires, Ethan Ellis, Doublewide Revival, Marleigh Jones, GP-38, Brittany Avery, Dirt Road Republic, Amanda Caudill, Damn Skippy, Junior Cardiel, and Dead Reckoning. In a show of musical solidarity, Robert Todd stepped up to play bass for Audiopathic…and nailed it!

The show was viewed online via Periscope by over 300 viewers worldwide! It was an exciting day and one that we can’t wait to be a part of next year. The Musician’s Guild members give back to the community by volunteering for at least two non-profit events annually.

Our thanks go out to Lisa Ditchkoff, owner and event coordinator at the Bottling Plant Event Center for graciously hosting the show. Special thanks also to Robert Todd of Damn Skippy for providing all the musical equipment for the event. (And thanks to Kim Baxley Wilson of Grace and Charm Events for keeping us on time!)

Photography of the event was provided by Steven O Photography. Images will be available soon and a portion of the sale of each image will go to benefit the Lee County Autism Networking Group.


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