Morris to perform with Anthem Lights in Glasgow in August; proceeds to National Suicide Prevention Lines

July 25, 2022 | 12:06 am

Updated July 25, 2022 | 12:09 am

Nathan Morris co-owner of Haley-McGinnis Funeral Home is joining Christian band Anthem Lights immersive audio experience on August 6 in Glasgow where he will debut “When the Curtains Close,” music inspired by his experience as a mortician during the pandemic.

100% of the net proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the National Suicide Prevention Lines.

Morris said he wanted to create a project for the communities of Glasgow, Edmonton and different parts of Kentucky to showcase some gratitude for their trust during the pandemic.

“Many of us have been affected by mental health. Heavy, tough moments these last two years, specifically.  Perhaps you have lost a loved one to suicide,” Morris said. “…I’m passionate about [National Suicide Prevention Lines’] efforts and mission and intend on continuing to show that through monetary contributions in perpetuity.”

Morris said he hopes the event will help people feel loved, important and valued. The hope comes from his constant passion to ensure that families are taken care of at a moment’s notice with the work of Haley-McGinnis during their worst moments. 

“This event is in memory of every loved one we’ve lost these last two years. May their memories be eternal,” Morris said.

Tickets are for sale here. VIP ticket holders will be able to receive a private tour of the AF Crow Care Center the morning/early afternoon of the show, and admission into The Plaza.

July 25, 2022 | 12:06 am

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