Clay Walker Concert To Fight MS; Artist Benefits

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Clay Walker

Clay Walker is playing a Feb. 23 benefit concert at the Wildhorse Saloon to raise money and awareness for multiple sclerosis research. Chords of Hope: The Clay Walker MS Benefit Concert is presented by 98 WSIX and produced by Walker’s charity, Band Against MS (BAMS). Tickets start at $10 and will be available starting Saturday (1/9) through the Wildhorse Saloon. All proceeds will go toward multiple sclerosis research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

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BLEVE Records President Mickey Milam donated 1,000 copies of the CD My First Ride to be sold to raise money for the families of four fallen police officers in Washington state. The CDs sold-out within days, raising $15,000. The multi artist-compilation features Ronnie Milsap, George Strait, Vince Gill, John Michael Montgomery, James Otto, The Bacon Brothers, and others.

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Gilda’s Club Nashville, a support community for those touched by cancer, kicks off its annual 16-week training program for the Country Music Half Marathon on Saturday (1/9). Bryan White is the Honorary Chairperson. Proceeds benefit the charity. For more information contact Deb Sandvik at 615-329-1124 or [email protected]
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MJ2 and Dolly Parton

Las Vegas based country act MJ2 has recruited Dolly Parton, Wayne Newton, Heidi Newfield, Larry Gatlin, Cowboy Troy and more to sing on their debut single “You Can’t Say Love Enough.” Proceeds from the song, out on SweetSong Nashville Records, go to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

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Singer-songwriter Skip Ewing has joined forces with Béla Fleck and Dave Koz on the single “Julianaʼs Smile” to benefit Juliana Wetmore, a girl with Treacher Collins Syndrome. Available on iTunes.

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Pictured l-r: Dustin Finch, BBBSMT CEO Lowell Perry Jr, Brandon Finch

Pictured l-r: Dustin Finch, BBBSMT CEO Lowell Perry Jr, Brandon Finch

The Brothers Finch participated in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee (BBBSMT) fundraiser at the Franklin Wine Festival which raised more than $95,000. The Brothers Finch, currently working on their debut album, have appeared on CMT’s “Music City Madness 2” and “Can You Duet?”

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