Thursday, June 8, 2017
Wildhorse Saloon Nashville, Tennessee
— REVIEWS —
Ty Herndon, “What Mattered Most” An updated version of a 24-year-old song, Ty Herndon’s reimagined “What Matters Most” changes the pronouns from the singer’s career-launching 1995 hit. The result is an open-minded ballad that makes no attempt to hide Herndon’s sexual...read more
— HOSTS —
Dove award-winning artist
Host of CMT’s Hot 20 Countdown,
producer of iHeartRadio’s CMT After Midnite and CMT Radio Live.
— FEATURED —
Ken Block of Sister Hazel
Dana Goldberg, Comedian
Noah Guthrie from GLEE
Street Corner Symphony
The Concert for Love and Acceptance will bring together a coalition of artists and celebrities appearing and performing in support of at-risk youth in the Nashville community. A red carpet event will precede the concert.
The driving force behind the event is to bring about a positive change in the world; to help young people who are at risk find help and lead full and productive lives, and to encourage them to make good choices.
Deborah Allen, Antigone Rising, Chris Carmack, Desmond Child, Todd Chrisley, Melinda Doolittle, Shelly Fairchild, Crystal Gayle, Billy Gilman, Jennifer Knapp, Meghan McCain, Reba McEntire, Jamie O’Neal, Stella Parton, Stephanie Quayle, Tiffany, Jennifer Winderstrom, Chely Wright, Mayor Karl Dean and Pastor Stan Mitchell of GracePointe Church.