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    Chris Thile, Michael Daves to Perform in NYC Concert to Benefit Tennessee Tornado Relief, March 27

    Chris Thile, Michael Daves, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O'Donovan will perform at New York Plays & Sings Nashville, a benefit concert to support those affected by the tornado that hit Nashville and Middle Tennessee last week. The concert will take place at The Bell House in Brooklyn on Friday, March 27. All proceeds will be donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund as administered by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. For tickets, visit thebellhouseny.com. For more information on the organization's relief efforts and to donate directly, visit cfmt.org.

    Here Chris Thile and Michael Daves perform Lester Flatt's "My Little Girl in Tennessee," from their 2011 duo album, Sleep With One Eye Open:

    Tonight in Nashville, Dan Auerbach and Yola will perform at Marathon Music Works as part of the sold-out To Nashville, With Love concert also to benefit The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The concert will be broadcast live on Lightning 100 and include performances from Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Sheryl Crow, among others. Tune in at lightning100.com.

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Chris Thile, Michael Daves to Perform in NYC Concert to Benefit Tennessee Tornado Relief, March 27

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Chris Thile, Michael Daves, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O'Donovan will perform at New York Plays & Sings Nashville, a benefit concert to support those affected by the tornado that hit Nashville and Middle Tennessee last week. The concert will take place at The Bell House in Brooklyn on Friday, March 27. All proceeds will be donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund as administered by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. 

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Chris Thile, Michael Daves, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O'Donovan will perform at New York Plays & Sings Nashville, a benefit concert to support those affected by the tornado that hit Nashville and Middle Tennessee last week. The concert will take place at The Bell House in Brooklyn on Friday, March 27. All proceeds will be donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund as administered by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. For tickets, visit thebellhouseny.com. For more information on the organization's relief efforts and to donate directly, visit cfmt.org.

Here Chris Thile and Michael Daves perform Lester Flatt's "My Little Girl in Tennessee," from their 2011 duo album, Sleep With One Eye Open:

Tonight in Nashville, Dan Auerbach and Yola will perform at Marathon Music Works as part of the sold-out To Nashville, With Love concert also to benefit The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The concert will be broadcast live on Lightning 100 and include performances from Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Sheryl Crow, among others. Tune in at lightning100.com.

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New York Plays & Sings Nashville benefit concert, March 2020

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