Country Artists To Perform For Autism Benefit In Nashville On March 13th
February 16, 2012 at 8:05 AM (PT)
Country artists will show their support in the fight against autism on TUESDAY, MARCH 13th, at the NASHVILLE benefit concert AUTISM SPEAKS PRESENTS “AUTISM SINGS!” TY HERNDON, BUCKY COVINGTON, BO BICE, CARTER’S CHORD and MOCKINGBIRD SUN will perform individual acoustic sets at the event, as will 13-year-old KATIE CHANCE, who was diagnosed on the autism spectrum when she was two years old. CHANCE also serves as the Junior Ambassador for AUTISM SPEAKS TENNESSEE COMMUNITY.
CMT TOP 20 COUNTDOWN host EVAN FARMER is emceeing the “AUTISM SINGS!” event, which benefits research efforts at the VANDERBILT KENNEDY CENTER FOR AUTISM RESEARCH.
The benefit will take place at JIMMY BUFFET’S MARGARITAVILLE and will kick off at 6p (CT), with VIP seating. Public seating and doors open at 7p (CT), with music starting at 8p (CT). There is a minimum $5 donation at the door. Advanced tickets are also available by contacting KATHY STRENG at (615) 238-1625 or Kathy.Streng@AutismSpeaks.org.
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