Preston to Be Honored, Womack to Perform at Martell Foundation Honors Gala

Lee Ann Womack will join pop star Michael Bolton in performing at the inaugural Martell Foundation Honors Gala on March 25 to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation. The black-tie event, which will take place at Nashville’s Loews Vanderbilt Plaza hotel, will honor four individuals for their humanitarian, philanthropic and career achievements, including former Vice President Al Gore, who will receive the Lifetime Philanthropic Award for his dedication to helping others in the Nashville community and beyond. Additional honorees include: Ingram Industries President/CEO Orrin Ingram, who will also receive the Lifetime Philanthropic Award; Former BMI President/CEO Frances Preston, who will receive the Lifetime Music Industry Award for her service to the music industry and songwriters; and Dr. Harold L. (Hal) Moses, director emeritus of the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center and director of the Frances Williams Preston Laboratories, who will receive the Lifetime Medical Research Award. On hand to present the Lifetime Humanitarian Award to Gore will be his former Harvard roommate, Oscar-winning actor Tommy Lee Jones.

“I’m honored to have the opportunity to perform for this inaugural event and the individuals being recognized by an organization whose mission for innovative research is much needed,” said Womack.

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