Grammy Block Party Benefits Flood Victims

The Nashville Chapter of the Recording Academy hosted the 12th Annual Grammy Block Party on Tuesday night (5/11) to raise funds for the newly created MusiCares® Nashville Flood Relief Fund. Academy members and their guests enjoyed performances by Darius Rucker, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Steel Magnolia, Plumb and Daily and Vincent. MusiCares Nashville Flood Relief Fund will help middle Tennessee musicians in need.  Emergency assistance has already begun and 100% of every dollar raised will be immediately distributed to help those in need. (www.musicares.com/NashvilleFloodRelief)

(l to r): Susan Stewart, Regional Director, South, Darius Rucker, Neil Portnow, President and CEO The Recording Academy. Photograph by Rick Diamond/WireImage.com

(l to r) George Flanigen IV, Recording Academy chair, Steel Magnolia’s Joshua Jones and Meghan Linsey, Neil Portnow, president and CEO of The Recording Academy. Photograph by Rick Diamond/WireImage.com

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