Grand Ole Opry Marks Anniversary Of Flood With Giant Benefit Show
May 5, 2011 at 6:52 AM (PT)
The GRAND OLE OPRY marked the first anniversary of the NASHVILLE floods on TUESDAY night (5/3), with a major concert event to celebrate ‘MUSIC CITY’s heart and resilience.’
The show, “PLAY ON, NASHVILLE!,” included DIERKS BENTLEY, TRACE ADKINS, BRAD PAISLEY, LUKE BRYAN, CHARLIE DANIELS BAND and a special appearance by the group ALABAMA, who performed on the PAISLEY single, “Old Alabama,” and the entertained the crowd to their classic song, “Tennessee River.”
All money raised from the event went to community service groups that were a tremendous help during the floods, such as HANDS ON NASHVILLE.
For info, visit www.opry.com.