Jeannie Seely to Host Annual Santa Paws Is Coming To Town Benefit

Jeannie Seely to Host Annual Santa Paws Is Coming To Town Benefit

on Iconic Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree for Old Friends Dog Sanctuary

Grammy-winning artist and Grand Ole Opry Legend, Jeannie Seely, will host the second annual Santa Paws is Coming To Town benefit performance on December 10 at the iconic Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree at the Troubadour in Nashville. Funds and items raised will be donated to Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary. Special guests Teea Goans, Wrigley Mandile, Cutter and Cash Singleton with Classy and Grassy, as well as feature performances by Danny Davis, Tim Atwood, and The Ryan Joseph Family. The all-star band includes Danny Davis, Steve Hinson, Eddie Lang, Eddie Bayers, Kenny Sears, Ryan Joseph and Tim Atwood. Rumor has it that Granna Claus make make an appearance at the event as well.

Fans are asked to bring dog food, blankets, beds, puppy pads, cleaning supplies, dog toys and treats to benefit the dogs who find themselves in need. Monetary and gift card donations are always welcome. Donations can be dropped off at the Troubadour Theatre 2416 Music Valley Drive Nashville starting December 5 through December 10 from 10am to 5pm CT.

“The response we got last time was so positive, I just knew we had to make this an annual event!! At this time of year we seem to be more aware of those in need in our community and I felt like this was one area being overlooked,” exclaimed Jeannie Seely. “Not only do these wonderful little animals need and deserve attention, so do the wonderful people who care for them!  They work so hard and it’s more difficult when you don’t have what you need to work with. It was so rewarding to see their excitement to not only receive the supplies but to know we all appreciate them. We hope you can join us for some Christmas cheer and support this worthy cause!”

“We are honored to have Jeannie Seely on the Midnite Jamboree hosting this incredible benefit for the Old Friends Dog Rescue. Her helping hand has such a far reach it truly is inspirational. With the Jamboree being a platform known for helping artists I feel it is a real fit to host this heartfelt event,” stated Midnite Jamboree’s Ernest Dale Tubb III. “Pets have always been a part of my household and being able to support the less fortunate ones warms my heart.”

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