It’s no longer just a project, it’s a life saving community.
— Ian Rodriguez

What began as a few friends sharing heartfelt songs and having a few drinks in honor of a dear friend has developed into an extraordinary project. In honor of the talented Grace Evans, as well as nearly 44,000 Americans lost to suicide every year, we are excited to share with you our continued efforts to raise awareness for mental health and suicide prevention through the Saving Grace Project.


In January 2015, our friend and fellow Belmont University student, Grace, took her life and left us far too soon. For those of you who didn’t know Grace, you missed out. For those of you who did, you understand what a talented, lively, and passionate woman she was. Although she is no longer with us, her impact was strong enough that some incredibly talented artists came together to craft a raw album in her honor, and consequently, a recurring annual benefit concert to raise awareness of the prevalent issue. Each year, the support for this cause and this event grows and continues to effect individuals struggling with mental health. It's no longer just a project, it's a life saving community.


100% of the proceeds generated from the album and ticket sales will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.