Darius Rucker To Host Sixth Annual Darius Rucker and Friends Benefit
For a sixth year, Darius Rucker will host his “Darius Rucker and Friends” benefit concert in Nashville. The event is set for Monday, June 8 at the Wildhorse Saloon, and will benefit the St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
An exclusive pre-sale for Rucker’s fan club members began March 11, and general on sale purchases will begin on Friday, March 13 at 11 a.m. Prices begin at $35 for General Admission, and extend to $100 for VIP tables. Tickets are available through the Wildhorse Saloon box office, wildhorsesaloon.com, and dariusrucker.com.
Big & Rich To Headline Military Appreciation Day For PGA
Continuing a PGA Tour tradition of honoring men and women in uniform, The Players Championship unveiled a full slate of military appreciation activities and programs for the 2015 event, including a special performance by Big & Rich on Tuesday, May 5, during Military Appreciation Day. Held on Wednesday of tournament week in the past, Military Appreciation Day has moved to Tuesday this year when the tournament returns to The Players Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass, May 5-11.
Big & Rich will cap off the Military Appreciation Day program on the TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse Lawn, which will include pageantry by military personnel, a flyover, and a National Anthem performance by rising country artist Cali Rodi. Speakers at the Military Appreciation ceremony will be Sergeant Major Bryan Battaglia, Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem; Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown; and a TOUR player TBD.
Ronnie Reno To Celebrate 60 Years in Music
Two-time International Bluegrass Music Association honoree and “Bluegrass Music’s Youngest Old-Timer” Ronnie Reno is set to celebrate 60 years in entertainment with the release of the new project Lessons Learned. The project, which releases March 17, will feature the single “Lower Than Lonesome.”
Lessons Learned is Reno’s first album in nearly a decade, and his first for Rural Rhythm Records. The 11-track album contains nine songs penned by Reno. The project is produced by Reno.
Asleep At The Wheel To Perform at CMA Theater
Band Asleep at the Wheel is slated to perform at the CMA Theater at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame on Friday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $27.50-39.50. For tickets, visit cmatheater.com.
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