Star Studded Benefit Concert for Robin Majors Tonight in Nashville

unnamed (9)Long-time touring manager, sound man, merch guy and “get it done” guy Robin Majors was diagnosed with inoperable liver cancer last year. Thirteen days after being placed on the transplant list, a healthy liver was found and successfully transplanted in January. A star-studded benefit concert is planned at Acme Feed & Seed (101 Broadway) in Nashville tonight, Nov. 11 at 7:00pm. The concert will help offset ongoing medical bills.

Jake Owen is confirmed to play the free concert tonight, along with a list of other stars. “Headline Country” host and SiriusXM personality Storme Warren will emcee the event, and an incredible band including Wyatt Beard, Clayton Feibusch, Jon Conley, Sean Paddock and Kenny Greenberg will back The Outlaws, Paulette Carlson from Highway 101, John Berry, Mark Collie, Wade Hayes, Ray Scott and more. Admission is free, but donations are encouraged.

A silent auction will be held during the concert, and a $4,000 guitar donated by Takamine will be offered to the highest bidder.

For those unable to make it to the benefit concert, there are two ways to make donations. Straight into the Robin Majors Gift of Life Fund, through Wells Fargo Private Bank, 3100 West End Ave, Ste 550, Nashville, TN, 37203. Attn: Danielle Bouharoun. Donations can be made online here.


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