WMBA Presents Tunes For Tots Benefit Concert

tunes for tots111Jonathan Singleton, Trevor Rosen, Matt Ramsey, and Laura Veltz will lend their voices and songwriting talents to the Women’s Music Business Association’s annual Tunes for Tots toy drive and benefit show. The event will take place tonight (Dec. 2) at Nashville’s Dan McGuinness. The show will begin at 6:30 p.m. and admission is free with a new, unwrapped toy for the Toys for Tots Foundation, or $5. Guests can RSVP at the Tunes for Tots events page.

Representatives from the U.S. Marines will be in attendance to collect toys and donations for the Toys For Tots Foundation.

Singleton penned David Nail‘s “Red Light” and “Let It Rain,” as well as “Why Don’t We Just Dance” (recorded by Josh Turner) and “Watching Airplanes” (Gary Allan). Rosen is best-known for penning The Band Perry‘s “Better Dig Two,” Chris Young‘s “Neon,” and the tune “Fade Into You” (heard on ABC’s Nashville). Ramsey is the lead singer of Old Dominion and penned Craig Morgan‘s “Wake Up Lovin’  You”). Veltz is a writer behind Eli Young Band‘s “Drunk Last Night” and Young’s “Lonely Eyes.”

For more information, visit toysfortots.org or wmbanashville.org.

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