Trailer Choir, Carter's Chord To Do Benefit


Show Dog Nashville's Carter's Chord, Trailer Choir and Mica Roberts are among the group of Country and pop artists scheduled to perform on Wednesday, Dec. 2 to raise awareness and funds for the Global Food Crisis Fund.
The show at Nashville’s Mercy Lounge will start at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the 18-and-over benefit are $10 in advance and at the door.
Proceeds from the show will go towards the Global Food Crisis Fund, an initiative of Compassion International. The Fund’s goal is to assist children and families affected by the global crisis, especially in the most-needed areas of the world where Compassion serves.
"Compassion has been involved within the music industry for over 30 years and now is forming partnerships within the country and pop formats," said Mike Severson, the event organizer. "Artists have such a powerful voice and Compassion provides a platform where they can truly make a life changing impact whether it is through our holistic Child Development Program or one of our intervention programs such as the Global Food Crisis Fund."
Artists scheduled to appear include Sixpence None The Richer's Leigh Nash, Carter's Chord, Julie Roberts, Bryan White, Blaine Larsen, Rob Blackledge, Mica Roberts, Trailer Choir, Canaan Smith, Charmaine, Natalie Hemby, Alathea and other special guests.
Radio veterans Tony Randall and Kris Rochester from the new national syndicated morning show "Tony and Kris in the Morning" will host the event.
Tickets are available online: