Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots 4th Annual Million Dollar Show Raises Over $200,000 For St. Jude

Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots       Photo Credit: Zack Massey

Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots hosted their 4th Annual Million Dollar Show Monday night (Jan. 14) which raised more than $200,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Artists on hand to help raise money for the worthy cause included Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum, Cole Swindell, Jon Pardi, Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down, Maggie Rose, Bailey Bryan, Adam Hambrick, Rachel Wammack as well as surprise guests Sharna Burgess, Kristian Bush, Gavin DeGraw and Lindsay Ell.

Ticket sales and donations, including a $10,000 gift from 3 Doors Down’s 501(c)3 “The Better Life Foundation” presented by Brad Arnold, helped make last night’s total a record-breaking amount for the yearly event and brought Bones’ total raised for the cause to more than $10 million.

Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots opened the show and kept the fun coming throughout the night, debuting their witty “Man In The Mirrorball.” Among the show highlights were Kristian Bush surprising fans with Sugarland’s hit “Stuck Like Glue,” Jon Pardi performing his hit “Dirt On My Boots,” Maggie Rose singing along with the audience to her cover of Post Malone’s “Better Now,” Gavin DeGraw delivering a soulful performance of his smash “I Don’t Wanna Be” and Luke Bryan topping off the night with “What Makes You Country,” followed by an audience-included rendition of “Sweet Caroline” and “Stand By Me.” Bones and his Dancing With The Stars partner Sharna Burgess also thrilled fans with a surprise live dance during the evening to MC Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This.”

(L-R): Luke Bryan, Bobby Bones, Kinlee & Emma    Photo Credit: Cameron Premo

Sharna Burgess & Bobby Bones      Photo Credit: Zack Massey


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