Jason Aldean Recognized By Susan G. Komen Organization

Jason Aldean. Photo: Jim Wright

Jason Aldean. Photo: Jim Wright

Jason Aldean is part of “The List” created by the Susan G. Komen organization to honor men and women contributing to the fight against breast cancer.

The List is associated with a new movement called “More Than Pink,” which includes a goal for the organization to reduce the number of breast cancer deaths in the U.S. by 50 percent over the next decade.

In addition to Aldean, The List includes: Dr. Mary-Claire King (discoverer of the genetic link for increased breast cancer risk); Dr. Craig Jordan (the “Father of Tamoxifen”); former First Ladies Laura Bush and the late Betty Ford; Princess Dina Mired of Jordan; WWE Superstar John Cena; boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya; and Allison Titus and Jordan Phillips, young women whose families have been affected by breast cancer and who have raised funds to ensure that no family is affected as they were.

The List honorees will be visible this October, spreading the More Than Pink message throughout national sporting events, concerts, races, educational webinars, news and talk shows and social media networks. Additionally, the stories and faces of a select few of Komen’s “heroes” will be showcased in newly developed public service announcements and advertisements being placed and streamed on a variety of traditional and digital media platforms throughout the country.

As previously announced, Aldean has partnered with the Grand Ole Opry to raise awareness of breast cancer research. On Oct. 25, he will incorporate his 11th annual Concert for the Cure as part of the eighth annual Opry Goes Pink event, an annual special performance staged to fight breast cancer.

During his appearance, Aldean will flip a switch to turn the Opry stage pink. In addition, he will perform during the show, which will raise awareness and funds for Women Rock for the Cure and Susan G. Komen’s Nashville Chapter.

Aldean has been an advocate for breast cancer research since 2004, after losing a dear friend to the disease. Aldean continues to donate a portion of each ticket sale towards his longstanding partner, Susan G. Komen, while also honoring one breast cancer survivor and guest during his 2016 Six String Circus Tour, with a VIP backstage meet-and-greet experience.

During his Opry set, he will present a check to the Susan G. Komen Foundation from monies raised on his tour throughout the year.

First Citizens Bank Will Move Nashville Location To Music Row

1516 16th Ave. S., Nashville, TN. (Photo: Davidson County Property Assessor)

1516 16th Ave. S., Nashville, TN. (Photo: Davidson County Property Assessor)

Next fall, First Citizens Bank will relocate its Nashville market headquarters and main Nashville branch from 1534 Demonbreun St., to 1516 16th Ave. S., The Tennessean reports. The North Carolina-based bank also has a branch in Franklin.

First Citizens Bank paid $3 million for the three-story brick building on 16th Avenue. In July, the bank paid $715,000 for the vacant .22-acre parcel at 1518 16th Ave. S., next to the new Music Row location.

Musicians Hall Of Fame Concert Announces Performers

Musicians Hall of Fame

Peter Frampton, Bruce Hornsby, Russell Thompkins Jr., Steve Wariner and Trisha Yearwood will perform at the Musicians Hall of Fame Induction Concert on Oct. 26 at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville.

Frampton and Yearwood will perform on behalf of 2016 inductee Don Felder. Wariner will pay tribute to the late Jerry Reed. Hornsby will join 2016 inductee Ricky Skaggs. Thompkins, of The Stylistics, taking the stage with the Sigma Sound Studio Inductees.

As previously announced, the 2016 Musicians Hall of Fame Induction Class includes Garth Brooks & The G-Men (Bruce Bouton, Mark Casstevens, Mike Chapman, Rob Hajacos, Chris Leuzinger, Milton Sledge, Bobby Wood), Don Felder (formerly of The Eagles) for Iconic Riff Award for “Hotel California,” Jerry Reed, Ricky Skaggs, the Sigma Sound Studio Rhythm Section (Ronnie Baker, Tommy Bell, Roland Chambers III, Charles Collins, Bobby Eli, Dennis Harris, Norman Harris, Vince Montana, T.J. Tindall, Larry Washington, Jimmie Willams, Earl Young), the Producer Award to Allen Reynolds, and Engineer Awards to Lou Bradley, Mark Miller, Ron Reynolds, and Joe Tarsia.

DISClaimer: Two Duets Tie For Disc Of The Day

Eric Church. Photo: Jensen Sutta

Eric Church. Photo: Jensen Sutta

Today’s listening session is the way things ought to be, split almost evenly between male and female voices.

A few of those females come to us courtesy of male collaborations. And two of those finished in a dead heat for the Disc of the Day award. They are Pink singing with Kenny Chesney and Rhiannon Giddens singing with Eric Church. If you have not heard “Setting the World on Fire” and “Kill a Word” yet, drop what you are doing and listen to them now.

The other essential listening (and viewing) experience this week is, of course, the CMA’s multi-artist extravaganza Forever Country.” It is awesome.

There is no DisCovery Award winner this week.

ERIC CHURCH & RHIANNON GIDDENS/Kill a Word
Writers: Eric Church/Jeff Hyde/Luke Dick; Producer: Jay Joyce; Publisher: Sony/ATV Tree Publishing/Longer and Louder Music/Little Louder Songs/Mammaw’s Friend Okra Music/Emileon Songs (BMI); EMI
– “I’d turn lies and hate to love and truth/If I could only kill a word.” To the accompaniment of a steady, thumping beat, Church chants one of his coolest songs to date. While he tries to wish away human unhappiness, Giddens shadows him in harmony, then lets fly with some wafting wailing. Love, love, love this.

 

BLAKE SHELTON/A Guy With a Girl
Writers: Ashley Gorley/Brian Simpson; Producer: Scott Hendricks; Publishers: Combustion Engine/Sadie’s Favorite/WB/Writers of Sea Gayle/Spirit Catalog Holdings/Spirit of Nashville, ASCAP/BMI; Warner Bros
– When he’s out with his darlin,’ she’s so beautiful that he becomes invisible. The rolling tempo never lets up for a second, but big-voiced Blake rides atop it like a pro.

 
AUBRIE SELLERS/Sit Here and Cry
Writers: Aubrie Sellers/Adam Wright; Producer: Frank Liddell; Publisher: Tiltawhirl/Casa de Casa, BMI; Warner Bros
– The song is a solid slab of hillbilly heartache. The dirty-guitar arrangement is a snarling garage-rock outing. Quite a combination.

 

RONNIE DUNN (With KIX BROOKS)/Damn Drunk
Writers: Liz Hengber/Alex Kline/Ben Stannis; Producer: Jay DeMarcus; Publisher: Starstruck Writers Group / Giving Out Wings Music/Vision Board Songs / Airplanes for Stars Music/The Stennis Mightier Music / Dead Aim Music / Young Guns Publishing (ASCAP/BMI/SESAC); Nash Icon
– Spectacularly well-written. Ronnie, as usual, sings the fire out of it. The pulsing production goes from a whisper to a scream, which puts you right on the edge of your seat. This is one righteous record.

 
KIM McABEE & TY HERNDON/Looking Back to See
Writers: Jim Ed Brown/Maxine Brown; Producer: Ty Herndon; Publisher: None listed; Soigne
– I have always loved this Jim Ed & Maxine Brown 1954 golden oldie. But part of its charm is the fact that it is such a bouncy, rapid-fire ditty. Slowing it down like this ruins it for me. Kim McAbee, by the way, is the featured singer with The Buckaroos and has opened The Bakersfield Music Hall of Fame. The venue will host its first induction ceremony next month.

 
KENNY CHESNEY Feat. PINK/Setting the World on Fire
Writer: Ross Copperman/Matt Jenkins/Josh Osborne; Producer: Kenny Chesney/Buddy Cannon; Publisher: EMI Blackwood Music Inc./Atlas Music/WB Music Corp/Smackville Music (ASCAP/BMI); Blue Chair/Columbia
– Rousing and resonant. This has a big, soulful sound, and both of them are singing their faces off. Massive airplay, please.

 

DOLLY PARTON/Head Over High Heels
Writer: Dolly Parton; Producer: Dolly Parton; Publisher: Velvet Apple, BMI; Dolly Records/RCA Nashville
– Cute and coy, with a slightly funky backbeat. She’s headed for a hot date with her honey, tricked out in all her finery.

 
GEORGE STRAIT/Goin’ Goin’ Gone
Writers: Wyatt Earp/Keith Gattis; Producer: Chuck Ainlay & George Strait; Publishers: Western Legend/Warner-Tamerlane/Gattis/Atta Baby, BMI; MCA Nashville
– A working man’s Friday-night plight, set to a bopping rhythm and accompanied by stuttering steel, twanging guitar and some rambunctious party people. His long vocal drawls are exquisite.

 
KELSEA BALLERINI/Yeah Boy
Writers: Kelsea Ballerini/Forest Glen Whitehead/Kelsea Timmer; Producer: Forest Glen Whitehead & Jason Massey; Publishers: Songs of Black River/KNB/Songs of Blue Guitar, ASCAP/BMI; Black River
– This is a pert, attractive come-on to a cute guy that arrives with built-in smiles and winks. Jaunty and likable. Open that car door and let her in for a ride.

 

JAKE OWEN/If He Ain’t Gonna Love You
Writers: Luke Laird/Shane McAnally/Chris Stapleton; Producers: Shane McAnally, Luke Laird & Ross Copperman; Publishers: Songs of Universal/Creative Nation/Universal/Smack Ink/WB/House of Sea Gayle, BMI/ASCAP; RCA
– A slamming rhythm track, an echoey production, some quasi-rapping, ghost background vocals and a dense soundscape are among the ingredients here. It ain’t exactly something you can sing along with, and it’s certainly not very “country,” but it is absorbing listening.

BMI Maui Songwriters Festival Confirms Lineup

Maui Songwriters Festival

Eric Church and Lee Ann Womack are confirmed for the BMI Maui Songwriters Festival, taking place Dec. 1-3.

The lineup also includes Nashville hit songwriters Scotty Emerick and Liz Rose, Texas troubadour Robert Earl Keen, garage-country rocker Aubrie Sellers, rock songwriter Marti Frederiksen, pop chart-topper Sean Douglas and Hawaiian maestro Willie K, with more to be announced.

“We are excited to return and bring a diverse line up ranging from top country to top pop/rock acts,” says Mason Hunter, Executive Director, Events and Strategic Partnerships. “We love the island of Maui and the hospitality and look forward to contributing to a good cause!”

Hosted by Storme Warren, shows will be held at the venues Mulligans on the Blue, the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, and the Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort.

The gathering benefits key organizations, including Dorvin and Betty Leis Charities, Inc., the Maui Arts and Cultural Center and the BMI Foundation, dedicated to encouraging the creation, performance, and study of music through awards, scholarships, grants, and commissions.

The second annual BMI Maui Songwriters Festival is presented by Grand Wailea, A Waldorf Astoria property, which is offering special rates to attendees. The festival is sponsored by Smokin’ Tuna Saloon, HD Radio, SunTrust Bank and Texas Roadhouse, with official transportation provided by SpeediShuttle.

Citi, Live Nation, NextVR Plan Live Virtual Reality Concert Series

citinextvrlivenationCiti, Live Nation and NextVR have announced plans to produce a series of up to 10 live virtual reality (VR) concerts as a part of the “Backstage with Citi” initiative.

The planned series will transport fans into an immersive VR experience with some of the world’s biggest artists including bringing fans “backstage” with the artists as they prepare to take the stage.

The series will build upon the success of the “Backstage with Citi” series that Live Nation and Citi previously collaborated on. The first live concert will launch later this year and artists will be announced soon. The series will be accessible on the Live Nation Channel and the NextVR app and available on all major platforms by the end of 2016. Portions of “Backstage with Citi” will also be made available on other channels.

“We want to push the boundaries of the very meaning of access beyond attendance and as technology evolves, it’s allowing us to do so,” says Jennifer Breithaupt, Managing Director, Media, Advertising and Global Entertainment, at Citi. “We are thrilled to be announcing this new initiative with Live Nation and NextVR that will offer ‘front-row’ and behind-the-scenes VR concert experiences for millions of fans.”

Consumer research firm Forrester predicts demand for VR headsets to reach 52 million units by 2020.

“Virtual reality is starting to take off and the time is right to experiment in the music space,” Darin Wolf, Executive Vice President, Live Nation Media & Sponsorships. “Together with NextVR and Citi we will be able to provide unparalleled access for fans to enjoy live music and see first-hand the emotion and adrenaline rush from artists as they prepare to perform live.”

Industry Ink: Silverado Records, ole, WQMX’s Chicks With Picks

Silverado Records Adds Country/EDM artist HISH

HISH signs with Silverado Records.

HISH signs with Silverado Records.

Nashville-based Silverado Records has signed country/EDM artist HISH to its roster. The Pennsylvania native moved to Nashville in 2011, and began writing songs and DJ’ing at private events. He joined Brantley Gilbert’s Let It Ride Tour in 2014, and later toured with Chase Bryant and Dustin Lynch. He has also had performance slots at the Stagecoach and Country Thunder festivals.

“HISH is a pioneer, a visionary taking risks on a genre that has fans embracing his unique take on country. I am so stoked to have a groundbreaking artist like HISH on the Silverado team,” said Silverado Records A&R Director Aaron Chesling.

“What I’m doing with country music in the EDM realm is something that breaks down a lot of Nashville barriers,” says HISH. “I’m so excited to work with the energizing team at Silverado Records to do just that. They understand and fully support my brand and my vision. Be ready for things to heat up in 2017.”

 

ole’s Adam Hambrick Visits North Carolina On Write Where You Are Tour

Pictured (L-R): Adam Hambrick, Brett Young, Kyle Schlienger, Billy Hawn and Jay Ollero.

Pictured (L-R): Adam Hambrick, Brett Young, Kyle Schlienger, Billy Hawn and Jay Ollero.

ole songwriter Adam Hambrick hit the road this this past weekend to Charlotte, North Carolina on the ole bus with Big Machine Label Group recording artist Brett Young and Brett’Ys band members Kyle Schlienger, Billy Hawn and Jay Ollero as part of ole’s ongoing Write Where You Are Tour.

 

Akron, Ohio’s WQMX Welcomes Chicks With Picks

Pictured (L-R): Jeff Davis, Red Bow; Cliff Blake, Columbia; Maren Morris; Brooke Eden; Brandy Clark; WQMX's Sue Wilson and Jody Wheatley; Mallory Opheim, Warner Bros.

Pictured (L-R): Jeff Davis, Red Bow; Cliff Blake, Columbia; Maren Morris; Brooke Eden; Brandy Clark; WQMX’s Sue Wilson and Jody Wheatley; Mallory Opheim, Warner Bros.

Maren Morris, Brooke Eden and Brandy Clark performed at the fifth annual WQMX Chicks With Picks event in Akron, Ohio, on Tuesday night (Sept. 27). The concert was held at the Tangier Event & Entertainment Center. Proceeds from the event help provide free mammograms for uninsured or under-insured women throughout Northeast Ohio, along with patient and community educational outreach.

Women In Music City Celebrated By ‘Nashville Business Journal’

Reba McEntire accepts her Women In Music City Award from Nashville Business Journal Publisher Kate Herman.

Reba McEntire accepts her Women In Music City award from Nashville Business Journal Publisher Kate Herman.

Reba McEntire, Jana Kramer and 30 women in the music industry were recognized at an awards event presented by Nashville Business Journal on Tuesday night (Sept. 27) at the Omni Nashville Hotel.

The Women in Music City Awards honor women who are helping to shape Nashville’s nearly $10 billion music industry and bring together both the business and music industries. McEntire accepted the trophy as artist of the year while Jana Kramer was named breakout artist of the year.

Honorees include: Tatum Allsep, Music Health Alliance; Holly Bell, Skyway Studios, Dance Network, Nashville-Access and TNTX; Julie Boos, Flood, Bumstead, McCready & McCarthy; Brandi Brammer, Creative Artists Agency; Debbie Carroll, MusiCares; Sarah Cates, Belmont University; Erin Crawford, The Nielsen Co.; Beville Dunkerley, Rolling Stone Country; Tiffany Dunn, Loeb & Loeb; Kerri Edwards, KP Entertainment; Leslie Fram, Viacom/CMT; Dawn Gates, Universal Music Group; Tracy Gershon, Rounder Records and Red Light Management; Amanda Hale, Vector Management; Lisa Harless, Regions Bank; Ali Harnell, AEG Live; Linda Edell Howard, Adams and Reese LLP; Kelly Rich Kautz, Big Machine Label Group; Beverly Keel, MTSU; Gina Keltner, Grand Ole Opry; Chandra LaPlume, Taillight; Erika Wollam Nichols, The Bluebird Café; Risha Rodgers, William Morris Endeavor; Jill Schmidt, Wildhorse Saloon; Alison Smith, BMI; Sarah Trahern, CMA; Ellen Bligh Truley, SESAC; Marcie Allen Van Mol, MAC Presents; Elizabeth “Betsy” Williams, Universal Music Group; and Sally Williams, Ryman Auditorium.

NBJ Publisher Kate Herman said of the awards, “What women in the music business are doing deserves to be highlighted and honored, not only because of what they bring to the industry, but also to show tangible examples of success for other women entering the industry. All of our winners of this program — from artists to business leaders — are essential pieces of Nashville’s growing economy and vibe.”

To assemble the list of winners, nominations were taken from the public. The final of selection of honorees was determined by an independent panel of judges made up of the following: Lori Feldman (Warner Bros. Records); Camille Hackney (Atlantic Records); Cara Lewis (Cara Lewis Group); Natalia Nastaskin (United Talent Agency); and Jacqueline Saturn (Harvest Records).

Nashville-based design build firm Van Mol Restoration and Nielsen Entertainment are gold sponsors of the awards dinner. Loeb & Loeb, William Morris Endeavor and SESAC are silver sponsors.

Vince Gill, Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, James Taylor Team For All For The Hall Los Angeles

Pictured are (L-R): BMI's Jody Williams, CAA's Rod Essig, Joe Walsh, Kacey Musgraves, James Taylor, Chris Stapleton, Vince Gill and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum CEO Kyle Young. Photo by Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Pictured (L-R): BMI’s Jody Williams, CAA’s Rod Essig, Joe Walsh, Kacey Musgraves, James Taylor, Chris Stapleton, Vince Gill and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum CEO Kyle Young. Photo: Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hosted its ninth All for the Hall benefit concert on the road on Tuesday (Sept. 27) at The Novo by Microsoft theater in Los Angeles.

An two-hour program boasted an all-star lineup of Vince Gill, Kacey Musgraves, Chris Stapleton, James Taylor and Joe Walsh.

Kacey Musgraves performs during All for the Hall Los Angeles. Photo by Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Kacey Musgraves performs during All for the Hall Los Angeles. Photo: Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Gill has hosted or co-hosted every All for the Hall concert since he came up with the concept, when he began asking artists to contribute a performance to benefit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

“These shows are a gift to me because I get to invite artists I’m crazy about to come and play and sing music,” Gill said. “This night is one of the best we’ve been able to accomplish, because every one of these artists has had a huge impact on my life. It’s not just people who have come before you who have an impact on you. It’s also people who come after you and impact your life too. These great artists do that for me.”

Chris Stapleton performs during All for the Hall Los Angeles. Photo by Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Chris Stapleton performs during All for the Hall Los Angeles. Photo: Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

In 2016, All for the Hall events in Nashville and Los Angeles have netted over $900,000 for the Museum’s educational programs.

The evening also included a performance from a group of sixth graders from Los Angeles’ Dorris Place Elementary School. They performed their original song “Far and Wide,” which they penned with singer-songwriter Liz Rose and songwriter-guitarist Phil Barton.

James Taylor and Vince Gill perform during All for the Hall Los Angeles. Photo by Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

James Taylor and Vince Gill perform during All for the Hall Los Angeles. Photo: Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

In addition, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum kicked off its All for the Hall Los Angeles events with a cocktail reception on Monday (Sept. 26) hosted by Jenny Belushi and Shannon Rotenburg.

Pictured (L-R): Shannon Rotenburg, Jamie Belushi, Drake White, Jenny Belushi and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Kyle Young. Photo by Mike Windle, Getty Images for Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Pictured (L-R): Shannon Rotenburg, Jamie Belushi, Drake White, Jenny Belushi and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Kyle Young. Photo by Mike Windle, Getty Images for Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

VIPs, artists, and industry executives gathered at Belushi’s home to welcome attendees arriving to Los Angeles. During the reception, Dot Records artist Drake White performed an acoustic set.

Pictured (L-R): BMI's Jody Williams, Drake White, CAA's Rod Essig, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Kyle Young. Photo: Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Pictured (L-R): BMI’s Jody Williams, Drake White, CAA’s Rod Essig, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Kyle Young. Photo: Mike Windle, Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Artist Updates: Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Dylan Scott

Luke Bryan Sells Out Shows In Arizona, California

Pictured: Luke Bryan performs at LA Forum. Photo: SAMSUNG CSC

Pictured: Luke Bryan performs at LA Forum. Photo: SAMSUNG CSC

Luke Bryan played three sold-out Kill The Lights Tour dates over the weekend, including one in Phoenix, Arizona at the AK Chin Pavilion and two Los Angeles area concerts at the Forum and the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre.

The tour will resume this weekend (Sept. 30 and Oct. 1) with a double-play in Salt Lake City at the USANA Amphitheatre and concludes the end of October with two stadium dates—AT&T Stadium in Dallas and Ford Field in Detroit—as the tour wraps October 29.

On Sept. 23 Bryan released his first-ever Farm Tour EP, Farm Tour…Here’s To The Farmer. The music was produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens and is in advance of his eighth annual Bayer Presents Farm Tour 2016 set to run Oct. 5 to Oct. 15. The tour also features Chris Janson, Jon Langston, The Peach Pickers, and Granger Smith.

 

Dierks Bentley Brings Bluegrass To Red Rocks

The Travelin McCourys with Dierks Bentley

The Travelin McCourys with Dierks Bentley. Photo: Ryan Silver and Zachary Belcher

For his second consecutive sold-out night at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, Dierks Bentley offered fans his biggest hits and one-time-only performances including surprise guest and friends The Travelin’ McCourys.

“We have a lot of stuff going on tonight that doesn’t happen anywhere else,” Bentley told the crowd. “Red Rocks brings everyone together…you can’t treat this like any other show. Besides having all my fans, friends and family here, right now is a full circle moment for me. After moving to Nashville to play country music, I walked into the Station Inn and saw these guys singing George Jones, Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard songs—but they were playing Dobros, fiddles, banjos and mandolins. It was because of them that I found a foundation to build my music on. I had to bring them out tonight…the one and only The Travelin’ McCourys! Let’s make Red Rocks ring with some bluegrass music!”

Bentley welcomed The Travelin’ McCourys for renditions of Kris Kristofferson’s “Bottle To The Bottom,” Bentley’s own “Settle For A Slowdown,” and Avicci’s “Wake Me Up.” Closing out the evening, Bentley brought out band, crew, family, friends as well as tourmates Randy Houser and Tucker Beathard to take the stage and ended the night with The Travelin’ McCourys transitioning “Drunk On a Plane” into Del McCoury Band’s “Baltimore Jonny.”

 

Curb Artists Perform In Turks, Caicos

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CMT’s Cody Alan joined Curb artists Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann and Dylan Scott in Turks and Caicos this past weekend. A local high school choir sang Brice and Nieman’s duet “A Little More Love” at an event in support of the Sandals Foundation benefitting the Caribbean.

Pictured (L-R): Jerrod Niemann, Cody Alan, XX, Lee Brice

Pictured (L-R): Jerrod Niemann, Cody Alan, Dylan Scott, Lee Brice