Randy Rogers Band’s 9th Annual Golf Jam and Concert

All-day event benefiting Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM)

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Randy Rogers Band Golf Jam LogoOn Monday, September 18th, 2017, the Randy Rogers Band will host its 9th Annual Golf Jam and Concert at River Crossing Club (500 River Way) in Spring Branch, Texas. In collaboration with Y100 Radio, this year’s proceeds will go toward the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM), an organization providing the musicians of Austin, Texas with affordable and quality health care for low-income, uninsured working musicians.

Ticket sales opened this Friday, July 7th, and golfer registration is $200. It will include the round of golf, a concert ticket, surprise giveaways, and complementary food and drinks for the day. Additional concert tickets can be purchased individually without participating in the tournament, and those start at $25 for general admission and $75 for VIP access. The Concert Jam will kick of at 7:30 PM CT following the tournament and will feature the Randy Rogers Band, Wade Bowen, Bruce Robison & the Back Porch Band, and Jim Beavers.

In 2009, the red dirt country Randy Rogers Band created the annual golf and concert event to give back to the community. Since the tournament’s inception, the band has raised roughly a half a million dollars for organizations across Texas.

HAAM provides access to affordable health care for Austin’s low-income, uninsured working musicians, with a focus on prevention and wellness. Many Austin musicians are self-employed, and have limited access to health insurance or basic health care. They often work multiple jobs and struggle to pay for food, clothing and shelter, with nothing left for health care. That’s where HAAM comes in. By resolving challenges such as long-neglected teeth to hearing loss, heart problems, and depression, HAAM and its partners improve and save musicians’ health and lives and enhance Austin’s economy and quality of life. Austin is the Live Music Capital of the World, and HAAM aims to keep it that way.

Information on sponsorship, concert tickets, and to reserve a spot on the course.


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