Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne will be honored at Save The Music and SongFarm.org’s annual Hometown To Hometown fundraiser on April 26 at the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum in Nashville.
Hosted by Leslie Fram, the benefit will include special appearances by Brandy Clark, Walker Hayes, Kylie Morgan, Carly Pearce and more. Attendees and viewers will also hear from teachers and students impacted by Save The Music and SongFarm.org’s programs.
The show will raise funds to support music programs at high schools in the honorees’ hometowns in Mineral Wells, Texas; Pike County, Kentucky; and Nashville.
McAnally has established himself as one of the top writers in Nashville with over 40 No. 1s, three Grammy awards, and two Songwriter of the Year Awards from the Academy of Country Music. Similarly, Osborne is a multi-Platinum, Grammy winner who has notched 26 No. 1 songs on the country charts.
For nearly 25 years, Save The Music has addressed the systemic inequalities in music education by investing in underserved communities across the U.S.–donating school instruments and technology; working as a convener, expert, and catalyst; helping to train and support teachers; and starting and building thousands of new music programs in over 286 school districts nationwide.
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