Celebrities & Charities in the News

March 6, 2019

 On Thursday, March 7th, NaSHEville's "She's In The City" event will take place at Alan Jackson's Good Time Bar located right on the corner of Broadway and 5th Avenue South. The event will be hosted by the Nashville-based women's clothing and lifestyle brand, NaSHEville, who advocates for foster children, widows, and trafficked women and encourages them to connect with community and encourage and empower those around them. The event will include food from Chef's Market, drinks, and live music by Aubrie Sellers, who will help raise awareness and funds all benefiting Bloom Family Designs and the T...

March 4, 2019

When you ask fans to donate much-needed supplies to a local Humane Association, you can be sure they will not dissapoint! Local artist, Chelsea Bain was completely overwhelmed after learning her fans had donated over 200 lbs of pet food and supplies for the Nashville Humane Society leading up to her concert last week at The Cowan in Nashville. Recently, Bain asked fans to bring a donation to the Nashville Humane Association as admission to her concert and they didn't hesitate to take action. In addition to rallying her troops to make donations, Bain sponsored the adoption of Humane Association rescue dog...

March 4, 2019

The Nashville Palace held quite the party last Thursday evening as many came together to support the Barbara Leatherwood Fight for the Cure benefit event which raises money for the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA). This event not only gave ovarian cancer survivors a night to celebrate their victory against cancer, but also raised awareness for the seriousness of this disease. 

Performing alongside Templeton were some of Nashville's favorites including Tommy Barnes (Indian Outlaw), Aaron Barker (Baby Blue, Love Without End, Amen), Dave Gibson (Ships That Don't Come In, Daddy Never Was The Cadill...

March 4, 2019

On Saturday, March 2nd, Glen Templeton joined forces with Big & Rich to support the mission of "Saving Kids, and Healing Families" at the Sky High For Kids benefit concert at John Rich's Redneck Riviera bar in downtown Nashville. 

Founded by Brittany Herbert, Sky High For Kids is an organization comprised of a small staff, board of directors, and a multitude of volunteers that supports hospitals and research centers in hopes of ending childhood cancer once and for all. Since 2007, Sky High has raised and donated over 10,000 million dollars to benefit pediatric cancer research and patients. 

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