Lucky’s Garage launches 'Cuts for a Cause'

Lucky’s Garage will launch a new monthly charity event, Cuts for a Cause, on November 8. The event will recur the second Wednesday of every month, and if it is popular enough, club owners may add additional Wednesday slots.

“Pretty much everyone knows that Tony (Daniel) and I came from Nashville CARES,” said T. Allen Morgan, one of Lucky’s co-owners. “So we have a real interest in supporting charitable causes.”

The event will be held at Lucky’s and will feature three (or more) professional hair stylists. The stylists will be doing hair cuts for a suggested donation of $10, all of which goes to charity. Tracy Hill of Bishop’s Salon in Bellevue will be coordinating the stylists for the first event and will be joined by his colleagues.

“Get cut while getting buzzed is our slogan,” joked Morgan. “It should be great fun and a good way to raise money and awareness for local charities and organizations.”

The first Cuts for a Cause will raise money for Nashville CARES. However, future recipients of event proceeds will be determined by Lucky’s patrons.

“We encourage both charitable and community organizations and local salons who would like to volunteer for a night of cutting to contact us with their ideas for future events,” Morgan said. “As long as we’re raising money for a good cause, we’re on board.”

To receive more information about the program, or to sign up for a future event, contact T. Allen Morgan at Lucky’s Garage, 615-329-1383 or

Lucky’s Garage is located near the intersection of Church Street and 14th Avenue, next to Hustler Hollywood. The entrance to the club is on the alley and faces Church Street. Free parking for the club is located on the opposite side of the building.

Prospective Lucky’s patrons can sign up for an email list that will notify them of the club’s weekly and monthly events automatically. For complete details about the club or to sign up for the email list visit the website at 

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