Jamey Johnson, Buddy Cannon, Scotty Emerick to Play For Pen Fund

Jamey Johnson

Jamey Johnson

Jamey Johnson, Buddy Cannon, and Scotty Emerick will trade songs and stories July 29 at Songwriters 4 Songwriters, a benefit for the Pen Fund that helps songwriters with pancreatic cancer.

The Pen Fund was launched by the family of songwriter Hank Cochran in conjunction with the Nashville-based non-profit, The Nikki Mitchell Foundation, in Hank’s honor. The organization supports awareness about the disease and helps further cutting-edge breakthroughs in research and development for early detection and treatment of the disease.

Cochran’s daughter says the night will be full of special moments and a few surprises as well. “We could see a few friends drop by,” hints Booth Calder Cochran (co-founder of TPF and Hank’s daughter).

Tickets for the show are available online for $20 and for $25 day of show, and donations can also be made directly to www.thepenfund.org.

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