Kristian Bush And Friends To Play Special 98 WSIX Bluebird Cafe’ Show For St. Jude

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• February 9, 2018 •

A special fundraising concert, “The Chapter Series Featuring Kristian Bush & Friends for St. Jude,” has been set for February 22 at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville. Hunter Hayes, roots rock sister duo Larkin Poe, and The BIG 98’s syndicated morning show host Bobby Bones are also scheduled to perform.

Team BIG 98, co-led by WSIX-FM midday personality Amy Paige, has generated almost $650,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through a variety of fundraising events. Team BIG 98 was co-founded by Paige six years ago at iHeartRadio’s WSIX in Nashville, which is consistently one of the top Country Cares for St. Jude Kids fundraising radio stations in the nation. The initial efforts were focused on encouraging listeners to become St. Jude Heroes, runners who fundraise for St. Jude while training for various St. Jude races. Events now include the popular Songs & Stories Concert, a songwriter event leading up to the St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville Marathon & ½ Marathon.

“I knew how much Kristian loved St. Jude, and when I heard Bluebird Cafe GM Erika Wollam Nichols visited the hospital and fell in love like the rest of us, we came up with this crazy idea to get him to gather some artist and writer friends for this fun event,” said Paige.

Reservations for The Chapter Series Featuring Kristian Bush & Friends will be $50 for General seating, and a very limited number of Gold Circle seats will be available for $100. All reservations will be pre-paid in advance at bluebirdcafe.com beginning today.

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