WILL AND DENI MCINTYRE FOUNDATION

Hendersonville, NC   |  http://www.willanddeni.org/

Mission

The Will & Deni McIntyre Foundation was established in 2009 to support and promote public education and to raise the profile of non-profit organizations and the arts through the creation of videos, books, and photography for websites and related media. The foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. One of our projects is David Holt's State of Music, which premiered on PBS stations in 2015. Since then, the series has been shown on more than 93% of PBS stations nationwide and is currently filming Season Six. See more at http://www.pbs.org/program/david-holt-state-of-music/

Ruling year info

2009

President

Deni McIntyre

Chairman

Will McIntyre

Main address

77 Bear Rock Road

Hendersonville, NC 28739 USA

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EIN

26-3029274

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Media, Communications Organizations (A30)

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David Holt's State of Music

We are raising money for our PBS series, David Holt's State of Music. Currently, we are shooting Season 4. Our series has been shown on 88% of the PBS stations in the US.

The budget for each season is roughly $500,000. We have underwriting from corporations, foundations, community foundations, and governmental agencies.

David Holt’s State of Music
Executive Producers: David Holt, Deni McIntyre, Will McIntyre
Presenter: David Holt (davidholt.com)

David Holt’s State of Music is an Emmy-nominated public TV series distributed nationwide by PBS
since 2015. Hosted by four-time Grammy winner David Holt, the series showcases the traditional
music of southern Appalachia in half-hour episodes shot on location— primarily in North Carolina, but
also in Tennessee, South Carolina, and Virginia. In each episode, featured artists perform and talk with
David about their music.
Season 1 featured rising star Rhiannon Giddens (before she sang at the White House or received the
MacArthur “genius grant”); bluegrass supergroup Balsam Range; Nashville A-list guitarist Bryan
Sutton; master fiddler Bruce Molsky; balladeer and multi-instrumentalist Josh Goforth; and gospel
torchbearers The Branchettes.
Season 2 featured the Steep Canyon Rangers, purveyors of progressive bluegrass who got their break
touring with comedian Steve Martin; the European-born Kruger Brothers, virtuosos on banjo and guitar;
the young band Mipso, all recent grads of UNC-Chapel Hill; bluegrass legend Doyle Lawson and his
band Quicksilver; powerhouse vocalist Amythyst Kiah; famous guitar-maker Wayne Henderson
performing with bluegrass pianist Jeff Little; Dom Flemons, a founding member of the Carolina
Chocolate Drops; the Unity Choir of St. John AME Zion Church; and Alice Gerrard, grand-dame of
bluegrass women, performing with fiddler Rayna Gellert and singer-songwriter Laurelyn Dossett.
Season 3 showcased the talents of mandolin legend Sam Bush; Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton, an
entertaining old soul in a young body; champion fiddler and step dancer April Verch; mid-life overnight
success Joe Newberry; two-time IBMA Guitar Player of the Year Molly Tuttle; and Dobro master Jerry
Douglas.
Major underwriters for David Holt’s State of Music are The Rhea Bigelow Charitable Trust; the
Community Foundation of Henderson County and its Perry N. Rudnick Endowment; Come Hear NC;
the J. Lyles Glenn Family Fund; Blue Ridge Music Trails of NC; Cheri and Ron Allari; A Bar A Ranch;
the Carlyle Adams Foundation; Fritz and Renée McPhail; Ben and Laurie Duke; Myrna Harris; Charlie
and Lois Brummitt; Richard and Jenny Schwartz; and Lee and Margaret French.

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WILL AND DENI MCINTYRE FOUNDATION

Board of directors
as of 10/22/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Will McIntyre

Will & Deni Media Inc.


Board co-chair

Deni McIntyre

Will & Deni Media Inc.

Charlie Brummitt

Lee French

Joe Graedon

The People's Pharmacy

Terry Graedon

The People's Pharmacy

Richard Schwartz

Schwartz & Shaw, PLLC

Jenny Schwartz

Schwartz & Shaw, PLLC