Trace Adkins Teams Up With ACM To Lift Lives
March 13, 2009 at 6:45 AM (PT)
The ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC (ACM) is partnering with CAPITOL/NASHVILLE's TRACE ADKINS to celebrate their newly re-branded charitable fund. ACM LIFTING LIVES will seek to improve lives through the healing power of music.
To launch the newly re-tooled fund, ADKINS will appear on the 44th ANNUAL ACM AWARDS to perform a special song in support of the WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT (WWP), the first charity selected by the ACM to benefit from the LIFTING LIVES program. ADKINS will sing "Til The Last Shot's Fired" joined by the WEST POINT GLEE CLUB. The performance will be dedicated to a group of service men and women who will be seated in the front row. After the show, fans will be able to download the song at iTUNES and all proceeds will benefit WWP.
The 44th ANNUAL ACM AWARDS will broadcast live on SUNDAY, APRIL 5th from the MGM GRAND GARDEN ARENA on LAS VEGAS at 8p (ET) on CBS.
For more on the WWP visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org.