Geaux Music Row! Raises $4,000 For Louisiana Flooding Victims

Pictured (L-R): Courtney Crist, HoriPro; CJ Solar; Cyndi Forman, UMPG; Hunter Hayes; Jake Gear, Sea Gayle.

Pictured (L-R): Courtney Crist, HoriPro; CJ Solar, SeaGayle songwriter/artist; Cyndi Forman, UMPG; Hunter Hayes; Jake Gear, Sea Gayle.

Geaux Music Row!, a campaign to aid those affected by the floods in Louisiana, ended Tuesday night (Sept. 13) with a benefit show at the Basement East. The lineup included Louisiana natives CJ Solar, Jacob Davis and Hunter Hayes. The night raised over $4,000 and proceeds will be sent to The Louisiana Flood Relief Fund.

Geaux Music Row!, a group of Louisiana-native songwriters, artists, and music business executives, teamed to help those affected by flooding in Louisiana. The floods have affected more than 100,000 homes, leaving numerous people and animals displaced. Twenty parishes have been declared as federal disaster areas.

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