Last weekend, tornadoes ripped through Middle Tennessee, killing six and injuring numerous others, while also causing massive damage to communities in the Nashville area and leaving hundreds homeless and forced to rebuild from the devastation.
But as always, the community has stepped up big time to help out those in need.
Not only have volunteers throughout the area rolled up their sleeves to help clear debris and donated much-needed supplies to those who were hit by the tornado, but Taylor Swift also donated $1 millionto the relief effort.
And now, many more from the music together are coming together to help raise money for those in need.
A benefit concert has been announced for this Sunday at the historic Exit/In, one of the most famous live music venues in Nashville. And it will feature one of the biggest names in country music right now, along with plenty of great up and coming talent.
Unplugged for Tennessee will be headlined by HARDY, and will also feature names like Nate Smith, Alana Springsteen, Chayce Beckham, Trey Lewis, Abby Anderson and Kylie Morgan, among others.
But if you’re hoping to catch the show – well, you’ve already missed your chance: Tickets for the fundraiser sold out in less than an hour after going on sale.
All of the proceeds from the show will go to benefit the Red Cross of Middle Tennessee and Hands On Nashville, a volunteer service organization that provides opportunities for those wanting to help out with the recovery effort.
You love to see everybody coming together to help out during the hard times – just like Nashville always does.