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Pickers Original Vodka is paying tribute to local musicians in a bold way.

The first craft vodka hailing from Tennessee unveiled a pair of murals honoring Moon Taxi, Chris Scruggs, and Guthrie Trapp that are part of a continuing series launched last year. Nashville mural artist Bryan Deese has created five murals in the series thus far, including Sam Bush & Kendell Marvel, Alyanna Royale, and Jerry Pentecost.

Pennington Distilling Co. created the mural series as an extension of its commitment to local music which is anchored by a pledge that for every bottle of Pickers Original Vodka sold at Middle Tennessee bars, restaurants, and venues that support live music, $1 will be donated to Music Health Alliance (MHA). For every $1 donation, MHA is able to provide $30 in life-saving healthcare resources.

“We are thankful to be able to support local musicians and artists with this series of murals in the Nashville area. From Nashville to Flora-Bama, we look forward to helping the Music Health Alliance in their mission to support musicians for years to come,” say Jeff and Jenny Pennington, co-founders of Pickers Original Vodka.

Music fans in Nashville can check out the Moon Taxi mural at EXIT/IN located at 2208 Elliston Place. The Chris Scruggs and Guthrie Trapp mural is on the Bootleggers Inn building on the corner of 2nd Avenue and Broadway.

Pickers Original Vodka is a tasty spirit that I’ve been known to enjoy a time or two. Learn more here.

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