Big & Rich to Receive Humanitarian Award at CRS 2013

Big & Rich has been announced as the recipient of the CRS 2013
Artist Humanitarian Award, to be presented at Country Radio Seminar on
Wednesday, Feb. 27th, 2013.
Big & Rich’s charitable endeavors date back more than a decade and
are too numerous to mention individually. Their humanitarian efforts
have ranged from visiting individual patients in hospitals, to staging
benefit concerts for the Country Music Hall of Fame and the 173rd
Airborne Memorial, to their well-documented U.S. and international
outreach. The duo has made a point throughout their career to help
underprivileged children and families in struggling countries like
Uganda, Sudan, Haiti and Kenya, among others.
St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, National
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the 173rd Airborne Memorial Fund,
Project Clean Water, Nashville’s Mt. View elementary school, the Special
Olympics, Vanderbilt Hospital, Second Harvest Food Bank and the
Nashville Symphony are just a few of the causes the chart-topping,
Grammy-nominated duo have donated their charitable efforts to.

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