Mac Davis, Brothers Osborne, and Natalie Hemby are the latest artists to offer up their “First And The Worst” songs to help support Music Health Alliance. The artists will gather at Nashville’s City Winery on Feb. 28 to perform the very first and the very worst songs they ever wrote, along with some of their biggest hits.
Now in its fourth year, the one-of-a-kind event will help raise funds for Music Health Alliance, which provides free support to songwriters, artists, musicians and music industry professionals at every stage of their career to find affordable healthcare solutions and financial resources. Advance tickets go on-sale tomorrow to City Winery Vinofile members. Individual tickets go on sale starting at 3 p.m. CT on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, and are $50 for balcony seats at bit.ly/2Ahl6oi and $100 for floor seats at bit.ly/2hPGB83. Sponsor tables start at $1,000 and can be purchased by contacting Music Health Alliance’s Shelia Shipley Biddy at [email protected]
Additional performers for the 2018 event will be revealed in the coming weeks.
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