Reminder:Rock the House

Davis House Child Advocacy Center (DHCAC) wants to remind you of  its music event, Rock The House Music Jam presented by Jackson National Life Insurance Company, is set for Sunday, May 3 at The Franklin Theatre starting at 7:30 pm. Tickets are still available for the event.


This year’s event features songwriters Lee Thomas Miller, Tim Nichols, Rivers Rutherford, and Bob DiPiero. Attendees have three seating options to choose from: Cabaret Table Seating ($125 per seat) and Balcony Seating ($75 per seat) are available and include food and beverages during a pre-show meet and greet with the writers beginning at 5:45pm.

Classic Seating is available for $40 with concessions available for purchase. Cabaret Table Seating and Balcony Seating tickets are available for purchase directly through Davis House (online at or by contacting Sarah Mickle 615-790-5900 x 104 or while Classic Seating tickets are available through The Franklin Theatre website at or box office. Additional sponsors include Stroud’s Barbeque and Turtle Anarchy Brewing Company.

Increasing awareness of the issue of child sexual and/severe physical abuse and generating funds for the programs and services of Davis House is what the night is all about. “The children we help are from right here in our own community, they live in our neighborhoods, on our streets, and too often in our own home” says Executive Director Marcus Stamps. “A great night of music and fun, all in support of our Center and the children we serve, invigorates the fight against child abuse.”

Davis House Child Advocacy Center serves children who have experienced sexual and/or severe physical abuse and is committed to providing a safe environment where a child’s voice is heard and respected. Providing both investigative and healing programs, the Center works to empower non-offending parents to protect their children and participates in the state mandated Child Protective Investigative Team as it investigates reported cases of child abuse. National statistics indicate that one in ten children will be victims of sexual abuse by the age of 18. Money raised at this year’s event will continue to fund services provided by Davis House where last year 385 new child clients were assisted and over 2,000 services were provided to these victims and their non-offending family members, all at no cost to the children or their families.

Davis House Child Advocacy Center combats child abuse by coordinating services to children and their families in crisis and providing community education focused on prevention and early intervention. The Center serves Williamson, Hickman, Lewis, and Perry counties. For additional information about Davis House Child Advocacy Center and the services provided, please visit

Hear great music, join the fight against child abuse, and “rock the house” with Davis House on May 3, 2015.

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