Thanks to our major HAAM Benefit Day sponsors.
Full List of 2017 Sponsors
HAAM Benefit Day brings all of Austin together each year to sing praise for keeping our musicians alive and well. Austin businesses and music venues host over 200 performances from local musicians all over the city and donate a portion of their daily sales to support HAAM. Our biggest fundraiser, HAAM Benefit Day lets customers, businesses and music lovers across Austin do their part to help Austin musicians and feel the satisfaction of contributing to an important piece of the fabric of the city.
On HAAM Benefit Day 2017, we beat our goal of raising $520,000. Thank you, Austin! We are humbled by your support and hope you will join us for the next HAAM Benefit Day on September 11, 2018.
BECOME A SPONSOR
HAAM Benefit Day 2018 will be on Tuesday, September, 11. To become a sponsor, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling all volunteers who love music! Do you want to help HAAM on our mission of Keeping Music in Austin Alive & Well, all while catching a great show? We need hundreds of volunteers to pull off HAAM Benefit Day! Sign up to volunteer. We promise that you will have a great time!
Each year, HAAM Benefit Day brings in over a quarter of our operating budget, and we now need your help more than ever! We have experienced unprecedented growth over the past year and set an ambitious goal of raising over $520,000 on HAAM Benefit Day.
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2017 HAAM Benefit Day Guide
Lyft & Tito’s Handmade Vodka Present Special Guest (PRIVATE EVENT)
With support from Netspend, Texas Crew Productions and ATX Promos. Additional support from Tito's Handmade Vodka.
The Selfless Lovers at the Skylark Lounge
Established in the Fall of 2015, The Selfless Lovers' shows are captivating for music lovers of all ages and walks of life. The bands' songs are unique yet familiar: bridging funk, indie rock, soul and R&B influences into an exciting entertainment experience.
Wonderbitch at St. Elmo Brewery
Wonderbitch harnesses the transportive power of rock to take listeners on sophisticated flights of fancy. Citing psychedelic and 80s pop influence on their sound, they enchant with the visual aspects of their intriguing music videos and spirited live performances. Traces of Bowie, Steely Dan, and Talking Heads decorate their tunes. Lyrically, their offerings wax New Age, yet the sound is mixed in the charred, weirder edges of alternative. Their whimsical songs explore starkly rendered feelings and subjects that allow them to resonate with an introspective but universal vibe.
Chansons et Soulard at The White Horse
We play the old, smokey Cajun dance hall tunes from years ago. Music that you can either drink to, cry to, or dance to.
Hotel Hot Burrito Presents HAAM Benefit Day at Barracuda
Hotel Hot Burrito & Barry's Club Presents HAAM Benefit Day with A. Sinclair, The Zoltars, The Teddys and Wildfires.
Hotel Hot Burrito Presents HAAM Benefit Day at Hotel Vegas
Hotel Hot Burrito & Heaven or Hotel Vegas Presents HAAM Day with Moving Panoramas, Semihelix, Abstract Class, Prom Threat, and Molybden.
Jon Blondell Quintet at the Elephant Room
Jon Blondell is the most talked about personality by musicians of every genre all over Austin and Central Texas since. Everyone has their Jon Blondell story. Jon has performed with everyone from Willie Nelson to Sublime and countless other world class artists. His Album credits read like a music hall of fame roster. It’s doubtful a day goes by that you don’t hear Blondell’s talents on someone’s hit single or some commercial advertisement. Whether he’s exhibiting his talents on trombone or electric bass (or any other instrument for that matter) audiences and musician peers are unanimous in their conclusion – “That guy is a monster!”
Nakia & the Blues Grifters at Guero’s Oak Garden
Real. Live. Blues. From Austin, Texas
P Kellache Waddle-The Volstead
Three-time Pulitzer Prize nominated composer P. Kellach Waddle maintains an active career not only as a composer but also as a bassist, conductor and writer. With nearly 600 performances of his music by the end of the '08-09 season, and a list of completed works now approaching 325 in number, Mr. Waddle continues to maintain a career as one of the most performed and prolific composers of his generation. His works have been performed in 38 states and in 15 countries on 4 continents and radio features/interviews with him have been heard on classical radio stations in Texas, North Carolina, Virginia, New York, Kentucky, Tennessee and Ohio.
Parker McCollum at Cheatham Street Warehouse
At just 22 years old, Parker McCollum is already earning comparisons to critically acclaimed artists like Ryan Bingham and John Mayer. However, the young singer-songwriter has also worked tirelessly to establish his own name, a fact that is evident on his striking full-length debut album, The Limestone Kid, which will be released on Feb. 24, 2015.
Robynn Shayne at The Saxon Pub
Robynn Shayne is a self made artist. Her brother Shane was the musician in the family and after his passing at the early age of 20 Robynn taught herself how to play the guitar a few years later. With a voice like candy she now had the guitar skills to start writing and performing. Robynn was influenced early on by the likes of Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, Jessi Colter, and Waylon Jennings.
Special Guest at 2nd Annual RECA Showcase (PRIVATE)
Second Annual RECA Showcase (PRIVATE). Presenting sponsor: Jimmy Evans Company. Additional support from Cayetano Development, Heritage Title, Mark & Lisa Jennings, Aspen Heights, Centro Development, Endeavor Real Estate, Frost Bank, Independence Title, Jackson Walker LLP, Live Oak-Gottesman, Southwest Engineering & Texas Realty Capital.