Ronnie Dunn Cancels Miracle on Broadway Appearance
Ronnie Dunn has had to cancel his appearance at Friday’s (Dec. 16) Miracle on Broadway concert in Nashville after coming down with a cold and sore throat. Dunn was part of the first Miracle on Broadway event in 2014.
Created by Kelly Clarkson, Friday’s event at the Bridgestone Arena benefits Abe’s Garden, the Nashville Public Library Fund, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and the W. O. Smith Music School.
Steve Wariner and Hunter Hayes have been newly added to the lineup, which also includes Reba, Kelsea Ballerini, RaeLynn, the SteelDrivers, and Chip Esten.
A few tickets remain and can be purchased at the Bridgestone Arena box office, all TicketMaster outlets, livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000. Concert goers are also encouraged to bring a nonperishable food item for Second Harvest Food Bank.
Brett Eldredge Teams With Macy’s and Clothes4Souls To Benefit Nashville Rescue Mission
Guests of the Nashville Rescue Mission received brand new winter coats during the Clothes4Souls and Macy’s “Share the Warmth” event on Monday, Dec. 12, 2016 in Nashville, with the help of Brett Eldredge and several volunteers. Macy’s has donated over 165,000 coats in partnership with Clothes4Souls since 2013.
Women’s Music Business Association Holds Tunes For Tots Writers Round
The Women’s Music Business Association (WMBA) held its annual Tunes for Tots writers round benefiting Toys for Tots earlier this week at The Country, located at 110 28th Avenue in Nashville.
Performers included artist-writer Raquel Aurilia, duo Stella Jane (Rachel Bradshaw and Sarah Davidson), and artist-writer Michelle Pereira. Over $100 and six overflowing bags of toys were collected for Toys for Tots at the door.
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