Kacey Musgraves is throwing a benefit show she’s dubbed Markland Fam Jam to raise money to support Steve and Deb Markland, who lost their Nashville home in a fire recently.
Taking place at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville on Feb. 13, Musgraves will be joined by Brothers Osborne, Randy Houser, Allison Moorer, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Caylee Hammack, Fancy Haygood, Hayes Carll, Jeffery Steele, Jillian Jacqueline, Kendell Marvel, Kimberly Kelly and Brett Tyler, Lucie Silvas, Madi Diaz, The Brummies and more. Tickets are available here.
In a social media post about the event, Musgraves writes, “Nashville is a very tight-knit community and we are coming together to sing some songs and raise some help for these wonderful people as they start to rebuild their lives. If you can’t make it in person maybe you could snag a ticket and be there in spirit.”
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A nearly 30-year veteran of the music business, Steve Markland is VP of Nashville Operations at Utopia Music. Prior to his current role, he served as Executive Vice President, Creative in the Nashville office of Downtown Music Publishing for over seven years. He also spent time as VP of A&R at Warner Chappell Music, as well as stops at Windswept Music Publishing and Patrick Joseph Music.
Deb Markland helped establish Thirty Tigers alongside David Macias in 2002. In addition to Thirty Tigers, she spent time at Arista Records Nashville, Thistle Farms, and other philanthropic organizations in marketing roles. Deb now serves as a Life Coach & Recovery Coach, as well as a marketing consultant.
There is also a GoFundMe set up for the Markland family.
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