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    Dan Auerbach, Yola to Perform in Nashville Concert to Benefit Tornado Relief Efforts, March 9

    Dan Auerbach and Yola are among the many artists who will perform at To Nashville, With Love, a benefit concert to support those affected by the tornado that hit Nashville and Middle Tennessee this week. The concert, presented by Lightning 100, will take place at Marathon Music Works in Nashville this Monday, March 9, and also include performances from Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Sheryl Crow, among others, and opening remarks from Mike "Grimey" Grimes of the beloved Nashville institution Grimey's Records. For tickets, visit tonashvillewithlove.org.

    The To Nashville, With Love Fund was created by a group of music industry professionals to help raise vital funds after the devastating March 2020 tornadoes that struck Middle Tennessee. Funds raised will be dispersed between organizations helping with disaster relief and mental health after tragedy. All donations to this fund will be administered by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The Founding Board of Advisors includes Charlie Pierce, Doug Hall, Jay Williams, Jonathan Insogna, Marissa Smith, and Tom Osborn.

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Dan Auerbach, Yola to Perform in Nashville Concert to Benefit Tornado Relief Efforts, March 9

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Dan Auerbach and Yola are among the many artists who will perform at To Nashville, With Love, a benefit concert to support those affected by the tornado that hit Nashville and Middle Tennessee this week. The concert, presented by Lightning 100, will take place at Marathon Music Works in Nashville this Monday, March 9, and also include performances from Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Sheryl Crow, among others, and opening remarks from Mike "Grimey" Grimes of Grimey's Records.

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Dan Auerbach and Yola are among the many artists who will perform at To Nashville, With Love, a benefit concert to support those affected by the tornado that hit Nashville and Middle Tennessee this week. The concert, presented by Lightning 100, will take place at Marathon Music Works in Nashville this Monday, March 9, and also include performances from Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Sheryl Crow, among others, and opening remarks from Mike "Grimey" Grimes of the beloved Nashville institution Grimey's Records. For tickets, visit tonashvillewithlove.org.

The To Nashville, With Love Fund was created by a group of music industry professionals to help raise vital funds after the devastating March 2020 tornadoes that struck Middle Tennessee. Funds raised will be dispersed between organizations helping with disaster relief and mental health after tragedy. All donations to this fund will be administered by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The Founding Board of Advisors includes Charlie Pierce, Doug Hall, Jay Williams, Jonathan Insogna, Marissa Smith, and Tom Osborn.

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