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Music Row Storytellers Event Benefitting Music Health Alliance

The first Music Row Storytellers event on August 15, 2016 was an evening dedicated to the music industry veteran, Hazel Smith. The celebration benefited Music Health Alliance and was sponsored by CMT. Journalists, interviewers, reporters and many others who report the narratives of Music Row were honored throughout the special night. In the spotlight was Hazel Smith who has been present in country music for decades. Smith moved to Nashville in the late ‘60s and throughout her life wore the hats of a songwriter, publicist, manager and journalist. She coined the phrase “Outlaw Music” in the 1970’s and is known for her ability to capture a moment. Smith became a writer for Country Music magazin

Taylor Swift donates $1 million to Louisiana flood relief efforts.

Taylor Swift has proved yet again that she is one of the most charitable celebrities in the industry. She recently donated $1 million to the flood relief efforts in Louisiana. The Blank Space star has a long history of lending her financial support to those in need. In a statement, Taylor Swift said that she hopes her financial donation will help the state of Louisiana during this devastating time, of which has already claimed 11 lives. She said she feels a true connection to this beloved state because she began her smash hit 1989 World Tour there. Not only has she donated her financial support but she has also used her celebrity platform to encourage others to send love, prayers and suppor

"Rollin' For A Reason" With Thompson Square

The married musical duo, Thompson Square, held their annual event “Rollin’ For A Reason” on July 31. The motorcycle ride benefitted the USO of Nashville as well as a specific service member and their family. However, before the engines rumbled and the bikes were paraded around town, we were able to discuss the fundraiser with Keifer Thompson of Thompson Square. Keifer became good friends with Sloan’s Motorcycle & ATV located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and had been wanting to organize a ride for a while. The pieces fell into place last year when they coordinated the first “Rollin’ For A Reason.” With only a couple weeks to promote, they had an impressive turn out of approximately 160-170 bike

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