Wade Hayes To Perform at The Stars Go Blue Benefit

The fourth annual The Stars Go Blue For Colon Cancer benefit concert and silent auction takes place tonight (March 6) at 7 pm in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Ford Theater, and special guest Wade Hayes has been added to the lineup.

Hayes, a gold-selling artist responsible for hit songs like “Old Enough To Know Better,” “On A Good Night,” and “Tore Up From The Floor Up,” is currently in treatment for stage four colon cancer. He performed at the first Stars Go Blue benefit, and will be performing again tonight. He joins previously announced performers Trace Adkins and Exile.

The Stars Go Blue For Colon Cancer Benefit raises funds and awareness for The Blue Note Fund, which was created to provide money for living expenses and incidentals to those in treatment for colon cancer. The fund and event were created by producer and musician Charlie Kelley, who was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 40.

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