Jacob Lyda and Mallary Hope will be performing at a Chattanooga concert hosted by WRCB Channel 3 and radio partners US-101, 103.7 KISS-FM, My 98.1, and Rock 105 to raise money for local Red Cross relief efforts. Called Coming Together After The Storm, the event will air May 21st from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., live from the Tennessee Aquarium in Downtown Chattanooga. The public is invited to come down to the outdoor pavilion between the two sections of the aquarium for the free concert. Lyda experienced the storm damage personally as he and his parents both have homes damaged by the recent tornado outbreak. This is the second relief effort organized by Channel 3 and its radio partners. Two days after the storm, listeners and viewers filled four tractor trailers and donated $20,000 to Operation: Good Neighbor.
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The 14th annual Audio Masters Golf Tournament to benefit the Nashville Engineer Relief Fund is set for May 26-27 at the Harpeth Hills Golf Course in Nashville. Registration is still open. Proceeds from the event benefit NERF, which was established by the Nashville Section of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) to provide financial support to engineers in the Nashville area who experience a medical or other life crisis. For more information visit www.theaudiomasters.org.
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Charlie Daniels and Phillip Pulmer will host the 13th annual Phillip Fulmer and Charlie Daniels Golf Classic. The tournament is a fundraiser for The Jason Foundation, a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to the awareness and prevention of youth suicide. It is scheduled for May 17 at the Hermitage Golf Course in Old Hickory, Tenn.