Clay Walker, Steve Wariner, Terri Clark Set For Anita Cochran Benefit Concert

A benefit concert, “A 90’s Country Night: Unplugged,” has been organized for artist Anita Cochran who was diagnosed with triple positive, invasive carcinoma breast cancer back in August 2017.

“A 90’s Country Night: Unplugged” will take place Tuesday, March 13 at 3rd and Lindsley, and will include performances by Clay Walker, Steve Wariner, Terri Clark, Suzy Bogguss, Pam Tillis, Lorrie Morgan, Ty Herndon, Wade Hayes, The Lynns, Bryan White, Mandy Barnett, and a special guest who is one of Anita’s biggest influences, Crystal Gayle.

Cochran has been undergoing aggressive chemotherapy treatments and has had to stop touring. Although the prognosis is positive, she will continue chemotherapy through the fall. She’s chronicled her treatment since the beginning of her diagnosis in her blog Journey to Healing  anitacochran.com/blog. 

Cochran signed with Warner Bros. Records and released her first project Back To You in 1998, which produced the No. 1  song, “What If I Said,” which featured Steve Wariner. She gained the respect of her peers for her work in producing, singing, writing, and playing multiple instruments including lead guitar on her debut album.

Tickets for the special evening can be purchased here.

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