Second Annual Acoustic Healing for A Night In Red

Singer/songwriter Dani Jack has partnered with the Second Annual Acoustic Healing for A Night In Red, benefiting Espere Community Counseling Center Roots of Courage program. The event will take place on Monday, April 8, at 7:00 p.m. at Live Oak with a special performance by Dani Jack for the premiere of her music video “Hurt.”Joining her in the evening lineup will be Ashleigh Rogers, Cheaper Than a Movie, Yakyn, Lexie Hayden, Steven J. Push, and Mark Burke.

The first Tuesday in April is the SAAM (Sexual Assault Awareness Month)Day of Action and provides an opportunity for everyone to take action in preventing sexual violence. Join us for this powerful event as we help to raise public awareness and educate our community. 


  • An estimated 1 in 3 women in the world experience sexual assault in their lifetime. 
  • Over half of them go unreported. 
  • In Haiti, 53% of reported rape survivors are under the age of 18-years-old. 
  • Over 90% of survivors report symptoms of PTSD in the two weeks following the assault, and over 30% still report symptoms over nine months after. 
  • In the United States, less than 1% of perpetrators will ever be incarcerated. 

About Espere Community Counseling Center:  A mental health center in Haiti dedicated to strengthening individuals, families, and communities by providing counseling, community outreach support, education, and Hope. Espere Community Counseling Center works to increase access to mental health services through community psychosocial interventions and training while raising awareness and break the stigma. Espere has a number of different services and projects, and all have the same overall goal of improving mental health and social care, whether that is in community-based settings, office, or their Crisis Recovery Home.

About Dani Jack: 
Nashville embraces one of its freshest faces in country music with Reno, Nevada native Dani Jack. Her first taste of the stage came when she was cast as The Little Drummer Boy at just four years old, and since then she has been seen at various venues around the world, from Las Vegas to Los Angeles to Nashville and all the way to China and Haiti. After an exciting 2018, Dani is gearing up for the music video premiere of her brand new single “Hurt.” 

About Ashleigh Rogers:
Ashleigh Rogers is a Country artist/songwriter from Batesville, Arkansas. Her sound is influenced by genres of Rock, Soul, Pop and Country, and her reflective songwriting is led by heart.

About Cheaper Than a Movie:
This Nashville based duo sings about their experiences and observations around the ups and downs, romance and struggle of that thing we call “love.” 

About Yakyn:
Yakyn began his musical career as a teenager, playing button accordion for the Celtic band Troen, later becoming a winner of the all Ireland championship. He has since taken his musical abilities and applied them to genres ranging from folk to hip hop, showcasing his songs at various venues around Nashville such as the famous Bluebird Cafe. His goal as an artist is to write songs that will inspire his audience and cause them to think with a little more depth about this short and beautiful stretch of existence we call life. 

About Lexie Hayden:
Lexie has made quite a name for herself around Nashville through the release of her debut EP, The Drive, which garnered over 140,000 streams and received critical acclaim from outlets such as The Bobby Bones Show and GAC (GAC aired the official music video for the standout hit “Kiss and Tell.”) In addition, Lexie has made notable appearances in town at venues such as The Bluebird Café, The Basement, The Basement East, and The Listening Room.

About Steven J. Push:
Steven J Push is a Nashville based songwriter who weaves rich soundscapes of music while telling stories of human connection with a witty and warm eye. His latest EP The Road adds a modern, gritty twist to his insightful lyrics.

About Mark Burke:
Born and raised in Stuart, Florida, Mark took to music at a very young age, starting with the piano and later the guitar. Stylistically, Mark’s songs are a cross between George Jones and young Eric Church, with an honesty written from the heart. Since moving to Nashville in 2012, Mark has shared the stage with acts such as Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Scotty Emerick, Chris Young, and more. He is currently touring the East Coast and Midwest, as well as playing solo acoustic gigs and writers rounds in Nashville.  

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