Jimmy Nalls - Hope & Healing Fund

$8,560 of $15k goal

Raised by 70 people in 15 months
Dave Duncan
on behalf of Jimmy Nalls
 NASHVILLE, TN
Jimmy Nalls is a world class guitarist afflicted with Parkinson's Disease for 20 years now.
We are raising funds to help the  family & for Jimmy's  revolutionary new treatments with world renowned Neuro Acupuncturist, Dr. Jason Hao.
Jimmy & Minni send you Love & Appreciation.
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Update 1
Posted by Dave Duncan
15 months ago
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Announcing the new Jimmy Nalls Recovery Campaign. We are focused to give Jimmy Hope & Healing. Please consider supporting our Brother. Thanks so much.
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Boomtown Recorders
14 months ago
2
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I met Jimmy Nalls in 1976 in Macon. I was asked to be the assistant engineer on Sea Level's "Cats on the Coast". I was apprehensive. Early in my career the chance to play a small part recording musicians that I had always looked up to. Assistant engineers were the bottom of the food chain in studios in the 70s. One screw-up from unemployment. We knew our place and tried to serve the client. Often an impossible task. From day one Jimmy Nalls treated me like a bandmate. If they were going out for food or to hear a band he always came and invited the assistants. He was kind. He loved everyone and even though he had every reason to act like a Southern rock star he was humble. For the past 20 years I've seen a brilliant guitarist, a man of integrity, a loyal husband and father deal with an evil disease. Parkinsons. For 20 years I've heard no complaining, no bitterness. "God must have a plan" he told me. I couldn't have handled it with such grace and courage. His wife Minnie has been by his side. Again, no complaining. No questioning. Working long hours to put food on the table. Taking care of Jimmy and the family. An amazing woman. Life is tough. Money is tight. All I ask is if you're able, drop a bit in the plate. It's survival. May God Bless each of you. May God bless Jimmy and Minnie Nalls. One day we'll understand the plan. Peace.

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Joe McGlohon
12 months ago

Brother Nalls, So sorry I could make the swim to see you and share the love.Healing thoughts and love to you and your family...Joe

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$8,560 of $15k goal

Raised by 70 people in 15 months
Created February 4, 2016
Dave Duncan  
on behalf of Jimmy Nalls
CE
$30
Craig Eason
1 month ago

Really looking forward to the new CD.

MS
$100
Mathias Schneider
7 months ago

Hi Jimmy,hope you are in good spirits today. I just finished reading your book " Wood and Wire". Since Alex Taylors "Dinnertime" I did fall in love with your playing. Old school...always in service of the song. Over the years I bought every album you playd on. I hope they release the Alex Taylor/Jimmy Nalls Project album you did back in´73 "Third for the music" one of these days. Can´t wait for your new Jimmy Nalls Project album. It made me really sad when I found out about the Parkinson some years back. Jimmy,everytime I hear your playing you put a smile on my face. Thank you for this. Mathias from Germany

BT
$100
Brent Taylor
11 months ago

Love Jimmy and Minni!

PO
$100
Paul O
11 months ago

Prayers.

$25
Anonymous
11 months ago
1
1
$25
Pam McCracken
11 months ago

Praying for you, always remember He has a plan and only He knows what that plan is. God bless.

TF
$25
Tom Fisch
12 months ago

Hey Jimmy, Greetings from North Carolina. I think of you often and I'm happy to be able to help you reach your goal. My best to you, Tom

VV
$100
Vip Vipperman
12 months ago

We love Jimmy Nalls. He has played on records of our songs, we have written together, and he is the finest kind of person. God bless and keep you and your family Brother.

DB
$100
Denny Begle
12 months ago
1
1
BH
$20
Brad Hallwig
12 months ago
BR
Boomtown Recorders
14 months ago
2
2

I met Jimmy Nalls in 1976 in Macon. I was asked to be the assistant engineer on Sea Level's "Cats on the Coast". I was apprehensive. Early in my career the chance to play a small part recording musicians that I had always looked up to. Assistant engineers were the bottom of the food chain in studios in the 70s. One screw-up from unemployment. We knew our place and tried to serve the client. Often an impossible task. From day one Jimmy Nalls treated me like a bandmate. If they were going out for food or to hear a band he always came and invited the assistants. He was kind. He loved everyone and even though he had every reason to act like a Southern rock star he was humble. For the past 20 years I've seen a brilliant guitarist, a man of integrity, a loyal husband and father deal with an evil disease. Parkinsons. For 20 years I've heard no complaining, no bitterness. "God must have a plan" he told me. I couldn't have handled it with such grace and courage. His wife Minnie has been by his side. Again, no complaining. No questioning. Working long hours to put food on the table. Taking care of Jimmy and the family. An amazing woman. Life is tough. Money is tight. All I ask is if you're able, drop a bit in the plate. It's survival. May God Bless each of you. May God bless Jimmy and Minnie Nalls. One day we'll understand the plan. Peace.

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Joe McGlohon
12 months ago

Brother Nalls, So sorry I could make the swim to see you and share the love.Healing thoughts and love to you and your family...Joe

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