Come See About Me, A Benefit for the IBMA Trust Fund
Musicians are artists and creators first. They’re always thinking about their next song, their next performance, not about the next illness, bus wreck or hardship that will appear tomorrow or 10 years from now. They don’t plan for that.
The original purpose of the IBMA Trust Fund was to create financial support for musicians who encounter such unplanned events. The goal is to see them through so they can get back to the music they love.
With that goal in mind, Mountain Home Music Company has created Come See About Me: A Benefit for the IBMA Trust Fund. It’s primary purpose is to raise money for the Trust and serve as a reminder to everyone in the Bluegrass community that in order to continue to help, it needs support from those who are able to give.
All the recordings on the album are themed with a message of helping those in need, reminding us the hardships that face all of us, and bringing a message of hope and caring.
Come See About Me comes from the final track of the album which is a Bluegrass “We Are The World” effort produced by Lawson and showcasing multiple artists including; Doyle Lawson, Josh Swift, Joe Dean, Dustin Pyrtle, Eli Johnston, Stephen Burwell, David Johnson, Caleb Smith, Tim Surrett, Audie McGinnis, Terry Eldredge, Donna Ulisse, Darin Aldridge, Brooke Aldridge, Steve Dilling, Skip Cherryholmes, Troy Boone, Bailey Coe, Daniel Greeson, Terry Smith, Darren Nicholson, John Bryan, Kyle Cantrell, Becky Cantrell and Chris Jones.