CMT, WSMV-TV, and the American Red Cross have joined forces for a telethon this afternoon (March 5) to support tornado disaster relief efforts in Middle Tennessee. The telethon will air live this afternoon from 4-7 p.m. from the CMT Studio in downtown Nashville with WSMV anchors, CMT’s Cody Alan, and more talent to be announced, alongside volunteers from CMT and the music industry. It will also be featured on all CMT social platforms.
The telethon will air live on WSMV News 4 and featured on all CMT social platforms.
Country artists, local TV personalities and volunteers will be answering phones live during the telethon taking donations, sharing personal stories, and offering support to tornado victims following the devastation that swept through the area earlier this week.
Outside of the telethon, donations can be made to the American Red Cross by visiting rdcrss.org/cmt. Proceeds from the sale of a special CMT Country Gives Back t-shirt will also benefit the American Red Cross Southern Tornado and Flood Relief Program.
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