Levi Hummon Debuts New Single "Night Lights" at Sold-Out Benefit Concert at Ryman Auditori
On Wednesday night, April 3rd, Taste of Country's 'One to Watch' Levi Hummon debuted his new song, "Night Lights" at the sold-out Love on Fire: An Evening with Thistle Farms at Nashville's Mother Church, the historic Ryman Auditorium. Funded by Hummon's mother, Reverend Becca Stevens, Thistle Farms is a nonprofit social enterprise that focuses its efforts on helping women recover from trafficking, prostitution and addiction. The night of the celebration included performances from recent Grammy-award winner, Brandi Carlile (headlining the event), Ruby Amanda, Shemekia Copeland, the Inversion Vocal Ensemble and special guest, John Prine.
Son of the Grammy-winning songwriter, Marcus Hummon, who wrote hits "God Bless the Broken Road" and "Cowboy Take Me Away", it seems Levi was always destined to pursue a dynamic career in the music industry. On March 29th, Hummon stepped onto the Opry stage for an impressive 15th time, and is set to hit the road with Hunter Hayes on April 18th for the "Closer To You Tour".