MCA Nashville newcomer Clare Dunn has announced the first show in a series of annual benefits, highlighting small farming communities like her own. The 2015 inaugural Heartland Tour date will hit The Sand and Sage Rodeo Pavilion in Lamar, Colo. on Sept. 19.
Dunn was raised about an hour south of Lamar, in Two Buttes, a Colorado farming town with a population of approximately 30 where her family still resides.
“I couldn’t be more excited to go back to Colorado and perform for the deserving farm communities near my hometown” says Dunn. “My farming upbringing has been integral in shaping who I am as an artist and I am passionate on giving back to the great, hard-working people that make up these communities.”
Tickets are immediately available for $15 and can be purchased at claredunn.com, with all net proceeds going directly back into the surrounding farming communities.
The Heartland Tour is the first initiative of Dunn’s My Love Gives Back Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and will be produced by Big Hearted Babes. The fund will focus on Dunn’s philanthropic interests including farming families and communities.
Dunn’s debut single “Move On” lands at No. 40 on this week’s MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart and will be featured on her self-titled EP, out Sept. 18. The singer/songwriter is also out this fall as part of Miranda Lambert’s Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour as well as Chris Young’s I’m Comin’ Over Tour.
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