John McAndrew is a renowned singer/songwriter and pianist. He will lead a spiritual musical journey based on his life experiences in recovery. From darkness to the light...It is about healing recovery, and transformation and love. He will then sprinkle in some humor, a little jazz and a touch of blues. His performance, story-telling and videos will make for an incredible weekend. John's honest emotions exhilarate his audiences. His life and music connect all of us. John will have you laughing, crying, stomping your feet and clapping your hands.
Joining John will be.:
Stan Bumgarner M. Div - A native of Baton Rouge, LA, Stan has been living in the Nashville, TN area since 2000. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt Divinity School and serves as a lay minister to the Unitarian Universal Congregation of Clarksville, TN. He is a regular speaker at U.U. congregations around Middle TN. As an alcohol and drug counselor at Cumberland Heights treatment center in Nashville he specializes in men's grief and loss issues and offers pastoral guidance to men searching for God in the principles of 12 Step Spirituality.
Jack Dills, LADAC: Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area of California, Jack has made a career of music since the late 1960's moving to Nashville, TN in 1989. He has toured the US, Canada and Europe and was one of the founding members and guitarist for Country Music group "Highway 101." Jack's journey brought him into the alcohol and drug addiction field and he has worked at the Nashville based treatment center Cumberland Heights since 2007. Jack also likes to share the fun of close-up magic as a metaphor for various spiritual traits such as trust, willingness and hope.
*Scholarships are available. You are encouraged to contact Kathryn Hollifield: Kathryn@uab.edu
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