Tenn. Secretary of State
Division of Charitable Solicitations
Any person or group that appeals to the public for support of its charitable cause is a "charitable organization". Persons or organizations that intend to solicit donations must register before asking the public for contributions.
Excluded from the requirement to register are religious institutions and affiliated groups; educational institutions and supporting organizations; volunteer fire departments, rescue squads and local civil defense organizations; and, organizations that receive contributions less than $30,000 annually.
(Excluded groups are required, however, to complete and file an "Exemption Request" form.)
For more information go to http://www.state.tn.us/sos/charity/co-info.htm
Only registered groups may post events.
You may submit your event here and have it shared with the world!
WMOT must first review and approve listings before they are posted.
Please see the legal notice on the upper left side of this page.
Beginning on just another Wednesday in 1992, Regi Wooten took the stage with his bandmates and laid down a night of music so funky, they had to do it again the next week. And the next. And every week after.
Over two decades later, Wednesday nights at 3rd and Lindsley are still ruled by “The Teacher” and a rotating cast of bandmates, tempering their instrumental mastery with a casual, fun-loving attitude. Special guests abound on stage and off, with spontaneous run-ins with the likes of Katy Perry, Cee-Lo Green, Jon Bon Jovi, Elton John, Billy Preston, and Keith Horn, not to mention Regi’s own brothers, Victor, Roy “Futureman,” and Joseph.
Regi Wooten taps on his musical friends for a night of lighthearted grooves, unparalleled musicianship, and spontaneous dancing to remind us to stay funky. Join us in celebrating hump day and spur on the weekend!