Zac Brown Band’s ‘4th With The Family’ Livestream Concert Raises $1.4 Million

Zac Brown Band‘s livestream performance in partnership with LiveXLive on July 3, dubbed “4th With The Family,” raised over $1.4 million for Brown’s nonprofit passion project Camp Southern Ground and its veteran support programs.

Streamed from Camp Southern Ground,  the event generated nearly 600,000 live stream views, and featured special acoustic performances of Zac Brown Band favorites like “Chicken Fried,” “Free,” and “Homegrown” as well as their latest single, “The Man Who Loves You The Most.” NBC News co-anchor and broadcast journalist Hoda Kotb, Medal of Honor recipient Salvatore Giunta, and former Seahawks player and Green Beret Nate Boyer also made special guest appearances during the live stream.

The completely free event raised awareness and funds for Camp Southern Ground’s two veteran programs, Warrior Week and Warrior PATHH. Provided at no cost to veterans, the programs promote and care for their health and well being while providing the crucial support in their transition to life after service. Warrior sessions resume in August and run through May.

“I’m always in awe of the sacrifices and selflessness of our military, it’s really the special kind of people who choose to serve our country,” said Brown, Camp Southern Ground founder. “The live stream was an amazing celebration for all the people who have fought, died and lived their life so that we can be safe. We are honored to do our part to support them in any way we can.”

This event was presented in partnership with LiveXLive which powered wide distribution across its own site, apps and social channels as well as Zac Brown Band’s YouTube and Facebook, generating the nearly 600,000 live stream views.


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