The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s “All for the Hall” Dallas benefit is returning to the city in April 2024. This is the second time All for the Hall will be held in Dallas.
The news was announced yesterday during a special event hosted at the home of Anne and Steve Stodghill, which featured a performance by Tenille Townes, who performed her songs “Somebody’s Daughter,” “Jersey on the Wall (I’m Just Asking)” and more.
Townes also accompanied Daniel Velasquez, a seventh-grade student from Dallas’s L.V. Stockard Middle School, in performing his song “Simple Life,” which was written through the museum’s flagship Words & Music program. The program, which is now provided within the Dallas Independent School District, promotes language arts by pairing songwriters with school classrooms to transform student lyrics into finished songs.
The inaugural “All for the Hall” Dallas event in September 2021 featured Brooks & Dunn and Trisha Yearwood, and was the museum’s most successful benefit outside of Nashville to date, raising more than $630,000 in support of the museum’s educational mission. More details on “All for the Hall” Dallas, including performers, venue and ticket details, will be announced at a later date.
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