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Lady Antebellum Fans Help With Flood Relief

Lady Antebellum on stage at the Ryman Auditorium during the Music City Keep On Playin' benefit concert.  Photo credit: Rick Diamond

Lady Antebellum on stage at the Ryman Auditorium during the Music City Keep On Playin' benefit concert. Photo credit: Rick Diamond

Lady Antebellum is doing their part to help Nashville recover from record flooding. The award-winning trio recently performed and answered telephones at GAC’s Music City Keep on Playin’ benefit at the Ryman Auditorium and now they are giving their fans a way to help in the effort. All proceeds from Lady Antebellum’s sold out fan club event on June 10 during this year’s CMA Music Festival will go towards the Nashville flood relief.

“It was great to be a part of the benefit at the Ryman…to see how everyone is coming together for Nashville and the surrounding areas is really inspiring,” Dave Haywood said. “We want to keep doing our part because it isn’t over yet. Music City has a long way to go.”

Fans will also be able to stream the fan club party live through Lady Antebellum’s website and Live Stream for a minimum donation of $5.

“Streaming the event online is a cool way for us to include more of our fans in this event, and all the money goes to a great cause,” Haywood said.

Speaking of Lady Antebellum fans, GAC recently caught up with the trio and asked them questions submitted by fans. Watch their Fan Q & A to hear their answers!

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