NASHVILLE, TN (April 13, 2011) –  Phil Vassar, with the help of his friends and fellow country group Little Big Town, played to a sold out crowd last Thursday in Lynchburg, VA at the third annual benefit concert for the Miller Home raising funds and awareness for the organization.  Together they raised over $100,000 for the Miller Home, a safe haven for young girls ages four through eighteen which survives solely on private funding.
“This event just keeps getting more and more amazing each year,” states Stacy Garrett, Executive Director of the Miller Home. “There are no words to describe how blessed and special these girls feel because of Phil and his friends.  We at the Miller Home are truly grateful.”
In addition to a concert, Phil also offered two private dinners with him at his Nashville home both selling for over $10,000.  All proceeds and donations go directly to the Miller Home of Lynchburg.   
About Phil Vassar
This Virginia-born singer/songwriter has made his mark in Nashville as an acclaimed performer and musician. Known not only for his knack for hit songwriting, but for his compelling and highly entertaining skills on the piano, Phil has achieved a long list of Top 20 hits on country radio, including 9 #1 songs throughout his career.  His accolades include two-time ASCAP Songwriter of the Year, Billboard® Magazine Top New Country Artist, Billboard Country Songwriter of the Year, Music Row® Magazine Breakthrough Artist of the Year, and The Academy of Country Music Top New Male Vocalist of the Year as well as numerous appearances on national television shows. Phil is releasing the new single “Let’s Get Together,” co-written with fellow Virginia native Tony Mullins, later this month as the debut single from the forthcoming release on his own label Rodeo Wave Entertainment.
About Little Big Town
Critically acclaimed platinum-selling group Little Big Town—consisting of members Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman, and Jimi Westbrook—first entered the music scene over 12 years ago with hits such as “Boondocks,” “Bring It On Home,” and “Good As Gone,” but it is their fourth studio album and recent chart-topping release on Capitol Records Nashville, The Reason Why, that really has people talking.  The Dallas Morning News’ Mario Tarradell writes, “There’s so much vibrant authenticity and heart in Little Big Town’s sound.”  Collectively, the group has earned eight ACM nominations, eight CMA Awards nominations, and, as of late, their fourth GRAMMY nomination.  Currently on tour nationwide, fans can hear their GRAMMY nominated top Billboard hit “Little White Church” as well as new single, “The Reason Why,” by visiting
About The Miller Home
The Miller Home was established in 1875. The purpose of the Miller Home is provide short term or long term care and guidance to non-delinquent girls, ages four through eighteen, who cannot live with their own families. Miller Home endeavors to provide care and guidance within a non-institutional, supportive environment which encourages each girl to grow and develop to her highest potential. It is the goal of the Miller Home to assist these girls in directing their lives that they may become caring, productive adults. More information is available by visiting

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