Skip to comments.Nashville Help...John Rich is Lending A Hand
Posted on 05/07/2010 11:43:15 PM PDT by dixiechick2000
I'm sorry for the vanity...and all of the topics it's posted in...but not really. ;o) I searched for this particular topic, and couldn't find it.
John Rich has donated a song written and recorded yesterday to benefit the folks in the Nashville area. He's giving the song download away...free..., but asks that you click the link to donate.
We have many Tennessee FReepers here, and some in Nashville who could use oould use your help.
I hope those of you who are able to will join me.
Oops...that would be “know”...and here is the link for any who might have missed it..
This is for you and yours, wardaddy.
Could use a shout out here...and TY in advance. ;o)
Music City bump!
Amen...and thank you!
Any chance of a mega ping here?
There are folks in dire need. It’s being described as an inland tsunami.
Thank you for your condsideration.
Nashville has my prayers!
Unfortunately I’m not in a position to give much else,
but I know you’re a tough lot and you’ll all make it through!
Rush had a very good interview with him, Friday.
I heard it this morning on my Rush 24/7.
They also gave links to the web site.
I had no idea that Nashville was hit as hard as it was.
Water over the stage at the Grand Old Opry, and Opryland Hotel to be closed until the end of the year?
They call it a 1000 year flood.
Obozo has no interest since us great Tennesseans did not vote for the sorry Marxist POS.
Hey, you! It’s so good to see you!
Thank you so much for the bump and the prayers! And...on this forum...that’s more than I expected given the political climate here.
You’re a doll!
That was great, and I love it! Thank you so much!
Thank you so much for your post. You heard everything correctly! The media...well, Obama hasn’t said anything about this 1000 year flood, so there is no focus on it.
It’s just like those in CT who this past winter had devastating weather...more snow than ever...nothing was said of that, either.
Frankly...I think it’s a white people thing...and you can quote me.
I looked yesterday and could not find the link (or button) to donate on the site page. Maybe I am just overlooking it, but anyone who can furnish any more specific details would be appreciated.
Thank you! And, thank you for your service! And, thank you for being conservative considering where you live!
You should probably hang on to what you have.
Why do you say that?
(wondering why I’m even engaging you)
Thank you for posting this thread.
As Alex said..."Obozo has no interest since us great Tennesseans did not vote for the sorry Marxist POS."
> I looked yesterday and could not find the link (or button) to donate on the site page
Same here and it was a missed opportunity esp. after being on Rush. You can d/l the song and then you get an email to text the Red Cross but I don’t ‘text’ and the other link was to the Red Cross site but in the options presented there was nothing specific (that I could see) for Tennessee floods.
The second item - disaster relief is for floods, tornados, etc. but that is a constant option there and again not specific to Tenn. I just passed on it.
He should have had a ‘donate’ button on his site, imo and he would have cleaned up.
Awwww! You’re the doll, Dixiechick!
I wish there was more I could do, but I won’t forget the sweet people of Tennessee, you can be sure of that. ;)
It’s a wonder why John Rich and Kenny Chesney are speaking out and helping the folks of the flooded areas and 0bama hasn’t even mentioned the floods as he should. Has he even visited?
—agree—I heard him on Rush, went home and tried to donate yesterday and today both but can’t find a way , even though I did the download-—
GAC to Air Flood Relief Concert with Brad Paisley, Lady A & Others
The first national telethon and concert event to raise money to aid victims of last weekends flooding disaster in middle Tennessee has been announced by Great American Country Television, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau and Gaylord Entertainment. Music City Keep on Playin A Benefit for Flood Relief will air commercial-free on GAC, Sunday, May 16, 8 10 p.m. Eastern.
Nashville proper is very blue but TN is quite red
no upside for him
same reason media never mentioned Miss Gulf coast much even though destruction was worse
One of the local channels had a news tease w/Brad Paisley - showed a clip of his flood-ruined guitar. He said the president called him and asked “How’s my Opry?” WTF??!! I didn’t even tune in to see the rest of the story - it made me gag!