Tomorrow night (4/22), at 7:00 PM, a great lineup of Nashville artists will join the famed African Children’s Choir and The Lost Boys of Sudan for a Night of Hope at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Big & Rich’s Kenny Alphin and Nashville singer/songwriter Damien Horne will host the inaugural Nashville4Africa benefit concert. The event will also include performances by Keith Urban, Faith Hill, Dierks Bentley, Martina McBride, Brad Arnold (3 Doors Down), Third Day, Jars of Clay, Ashley Cleveland, The SteelDrivers and Michael Rhodes.
The Nashville4Africa concert will raise money for charitable causes in Africa, specifically in Uganda and Sudan. Through the Love Everybody Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization benefiting from this event, Alphin will continue his humanitarian missions in Sudan, which have helped start a medical clinic, build a school for girls, and will soon transport much-needed medical and educational supplies to Sudanese villages. A portion of the event’s proceeds will also help build a new school in Uganda for the African Children’s Choir, which cares for and fosters thousands of underprivileged children throughout Africa. For more information, or to make a donation to these organizations, visit www.nashville4africa.com.
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