Marty Stuart Raises $30,000 For Flood Relief With Late Night Jam
June 16, 2010 at 6:54 AM (PT)
Country artist MARTY STUART helped to kick off the CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL with his 9th Annual LATE NIGHT JAM, which was held on JUNE 9th at the RYMAN AUDITORIUM in DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE. The concert raised $30,000, which will go to benefit the MUSICARES NASHVILLE FLOOD RELIEF FUND.
STUART said: “It truly warmed my heart to see all of the fans that showed up to support us and the ongoing cash donations coming to the stage throughout the night. We all came together to help our brothers and sisters still suffering from the flood devastation…. and we had a pretty good time in the process!”
STUART and his FABULOUS SUPERLATIVES performed, along with KEITH URBAN, DALLAS FRAZIER, COWBOY JACK CLEMENT, RALPH MOONEY, CONNIE SMITH, VINCE GILL, GENE WATSON and the TENNESSEE MAFIA JUG BAND.
The 10th Annual LATE NIGHT JAM is set for JUNE 8, 2011.