Country Artists Gather For Autism Sings! Benefit

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• March 7, 2012

Country artists will show their show their support in the fight against autism on Tuesday, March 13 at Autism Speaks Presents “Autism Sings!” The benefit concert will be held at 6-10 pm at Margaritaville in downtown Nashville.

Performers include Ty Herndon, Bucky Covington, Bo Bice, Carter’s Chord, and Mockingbird Sun. Also performing is 13-year-old Katie Chance, who was diagnosed on the autism spectrum when she was two. CMT Top 20 Countdown host Evan Farmer is emceeing the event, which will benefit efforts at Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Autism Research.

“We are thrilled with our fantastic lineup of musicians, whose talent is only overshadowed by their generosity and support of such an important cause,” says Autism Speaks Regional Director, Kathy Streng. “For only $5, people can see a great night of music and help fund critical research for the one in every 110 children diagnosed with autism. We are very grateful for the continued outpouring of caring and generous support from this wonderful community.”

Advance tickets to the show have sold out, but a limited amount of tickets will be available at the door for a $5 minimum donation. Doors open to the public at 7 pm.



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