Rodney Atkins Raises Funds For Nashville’s W.O. Smith School

Pictured (L-R): Jordan Morrison (W.O. School), Greg Hill (Hill Entertainment Group), Melony Wilson (MCGB,LLC), Jim Ed Norman (Curb), Rodney Atkins, Chrysa Kovach (W.O. Smith), Jonah Rabinowitz (W.O Smith), Lynn Adelman (W.O. Smith), Becky Gardenhire (WME), Josh Hunter (Hill Entertainment Group)

Rodney Atkins visited Nashville’s W.O. Smith School, whose mission is to make affordable music instruction available to children from low-income families, on Sept. 14 to donate money raised from his annual “Music City Gives Back” concert.

This year’s seventh annual MCGB on June 6 was headlined by Kip Moore and brought together artists Brett Young, Granger Smith, Cole Taylor and duo Walker McGuire to play the official Nashville hockey tailgate ahead of the Stanley Cup Finals game and to kick off the CMA Festival week’s events all while raising money for a good cause.

W.O. Smith’s Development Coordinator Chrysa Kovach, Program Coordinator Jordan Morrison, Executive Director Jonah Rabinowitz and Assistant Director Lynn Adelman welcomed Rodney to receive the $20,000 check.

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