Source: Music Row Magazine (Author LB Cantrell)
Following the devastation from last Saturday’s tornadoes in Middle Tennessee that took six lives and damaged the properties of thousands, Nashville artists will come together for a benefit concert this Sunday (Dec. 17) at Exit/In.
“Unplugged For Tennessee” will feature performances from Hardy, Nate Smith, Alana Springsteen, Dylan Marlowe, Chayce Beckham, Abby Anderson, Trey Lewis, Graham Barham, Payton Smith, Jay Allen and other surprise guests. The event is being produced by Media Farm Agency, the management team behind the @NashvilleTN Instagram, and will be hosted by country music personality and industry member Benji Chord.
Tickets are on sale now. 100% of the net proceeds from “Unplugged For Tennessee” will benefit Hands On Nashville and The American Red Cross – Tennessee Region.
“Nashville always seems to find a way to heal and come together after a tragedy,” says Matt Wilson, Founder of Media Farm Agency. “And music is a universal part of the healing process in our city. This benefit came together extremely fast, thanks to the help of our team and our great friends that wanted to make a difference in the lives of those impacted by the storm. We are so thankful for the artists who volunteered so quickly to help and donate their time and talent for such a worthy cause.”