My name is J.T. Greenfield, and I have been a professional musician all my life. On a rainy Sunday night in 2015, I was hit head on by another driver and knocked across the road through a fence and into the driveway of an angel. I suffered severe injuries and was listed on the police report as a fatality.
Fortunately for me, the driveway I landed in was owned by Ms. Stacy Downey, who tried in every way possible to get into my van to help me. When she was finally able to get in through the back door, she managed to move the seat back to release the pressure of the steering wheel that was embedded in my chest, and I started to breathe again.
She’s not only my angel, Ms. Stacy Downey is an angel for the entire… Nashville community. Ms. Downey is the founder and operator of The Little Pantry That Could. Every week, she opens her heart and her wallet to provide meals for the less fortunate members of our community.
The fates brought us together again in a chance meeting, and now that we have been reunited, this is my opportunity to give back and do something to help the living, breathing angel who saved my life.
On Thursday, May 17, I am organizing and hosting a talent-filled benefit jam session at 3rd & Lindsley for The Little Pantry That Could.
Nashville, this is your chance to come out to join us and help an angel with her continued efforts to help our community. Tickets are $10, and donations will be accepted all night.
Purchase tickets at: eventbrite.com/e/the-little-jam-that-could-tickets-45113366293