Oh Boy Records is presenting “Music For Paradise: A Benefit For Western KY Tornado Relief,” a concert event supporting the Muhlenberg County Disaster Relief Fund and Team Western KY. It will take place Saturday, Jan. 1.
The even will feature performances from artists with close ties to the area, including Abby Hamilton, Brit Taylor, Brother Smith, Cole Chaney, Eric Bolander, Grayson Jenkins, John R. Miller, Justin Wells, Kelsey Waldon, Leah Blevins, Logan Halstead, Magnolia Boulevard, Nicholas Jamerson, Scott T. Smith, Senora May, Wayne Graham and Wolfpen Branch.
The benefit concert will support those affected by the devastating tornado that recently crossed the region and will take place at The Burl in Lexington, Kentucky. The show will also carry simultaneous livestream broadcasts. Tickets for both the livestream and in-person concert are on sale now.
“We are heartbroken at the devastation that has hit Muhlenberg County and so much of Western Kentucky,” says Oh Boy Records’ Jody Whelan. “It’s a place that the whole Prine and Oh Boy Records family holds dear to their heart. But it’s been incredible to see how many people have come together, so quickly, to help in any way they can. In particular, John’s fans have continually shown us how willing they are to honor him by their acts of generosity for those in need. ‘How lucky can one man get.’ The folks at The Burl have put a lot of work into putting this show together, and we’re really grateful to be able to help out in any way.”
In continued support of the community, Oh Boy is offering several additional ways to raise money for Kentucky Tornado Relief, including Muhlenberg County and “Kentucky Is Pretty Good” t-shirts, “Paradise” prints, and more.
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