Thomas Rhett Partners with Hands On Nashville

Thomas Rhett’s debut single, “Something to Do With My Hands,” is all about keeping his hands busy. It’s only appropriate that he has partnered with Hands on Nashville, Middle Tennessee’s volunteer resource center, to encourage volunteers to find something to do with their own hands. The goal of the partnership is to promote the hundreds [...] Read More

Grand Ole Opry Marks 1-Year Anniversary of Flood With All-Star Concert

The Grand Ole Opry will mark the 1-year anniversary of the flood that devastated Nashville and temporarily displaced the Opry from the Grand Ole Opry House in the only way that’s fitting – with an all-star concert on the Opry stage. The show, Play On, Nashville!, will take place May 3 at the Opry House [...] Read More

Garth Brooks Raises $5 Million for Nashville Flood Relief

The unprecedented nine concerts in seven days Garth Brooks put on in Nashville December 16-22 has raised $5 million through The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee for flood relief following devastating flooding in Nashville in May. The nine sold-out concerts were made a reality by the effort of organizers and countless volunteers from across the [...] Read More

Country Throwdown Tour Donates Money to Nashville Flood Victims

In light of the recent devastation in Nashville, the Country Throwdown Tour and its artists are lending a hand to the local residents in need. Country Throwdown artists are coming forward to help in a collective way. As of today, main stage headliners Montgomery Gentry, Jack Ingram, Eric Church, Eli Young Band and Bluebird Café Tent [...] Read More