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Jerrod Niemann and Love & Theft at Chords For A Cause

Musicians Rally At Chords For A Cause To Benefit Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt

Nashville, TN, January, 9, 2015
Country Superstar, Jerrod Niemann and Love & Theft are just two that head the list of musicians gathering January 27, 2015 at Chords For A Cause, benefitting Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt. Being hosted at Dan McGuinness
on 1538 Demonbreun St. in Nashville, artists from the United States and
Canada will join together to raise money for Children’s Cancer Research
and Music Therapy.  Starting at  6:30 pm and joining Niemann at this
intimate acoustic event will be High Valley, Hannah Blaylock, Amber Hayes, Morgan Riley along with many other singer/songwriters. Event Organizer, Chuck Schultz
stated why this event was being put together, “Cancer sucks. It’s not
only hard on the kids, but their parents, family, friends, I can’t think
of a better way to raise awareness and money  for research than to get
your friends together and play some music.” Schultz is a long time
member of the music community in Nashville as a music writer, and
community advocate.
All proceeds will go directly to Monroe Carell Jr Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt
with the money being raised through silent auctions on items being
donated from the community. Admission is free though donations are
recommended.

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