Skip to comments.GAC to air (TN) flood relief concert with Brad Paisley, Lady A. May 16
Posted on 05/10/2010 1:21:13 PM PDT by GailA
Might want to set your TV for this concert, it is commercial free.
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Photos & video of the flooding aftermath.
Paisley is a liberal wimp. Who has already come to Zero’s rescue re: his no-show in TN.
“He’s got a lot in his plate” or something.
Paisley can go to hell. The guy is the biggest liberal Obama kiss ass in country music. Anybody who would pay a single penny to this ahole has paid too much.
The money goes for Flood victims, not to Paisley.
We have half a state that was ravaged by that storm. 52 out of 99 counties were hit. And our dimwit governor is taking off for an overseas trip. It took 10 days for the feds to show up in Millington...West TN, 20 miles from Memphis, even though there was extensive damage to the Navy base in Millington.
In response to last weeks devastating Tennessee floods, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have assembled a jaw-dropping lineup of talent for a June 22 benefit concert at Nashvilles Bridgestone Arena, one of the downtown venues that took in water when the Cumberland River overflowed its bank.
Nashville Rising: A Benefit Concert For Flood Recovery will also feature Brooks & Dunn, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, LeAnn Rimes, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Martina McBride. Even more acts are expected to be announced at a future date.
In response to the devastating floods that have plagued the City of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, the Country Music Association has announced that 50 percent of the net proceeds of 2010 CMA Music Festival will be donated to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee for flood relief. This is in addition to CMAs already established annual donation of 50 percent of the net proceeds to Metro Nashville Public Schools for music education through the Keep the Music Playing program. In total, 100 percent of the net proceeds of the event will be given to benefit Nashvilles public school students and Middle Tennessee families in need.
Both McGraw & Hill are also Liberals who think anyone that has a dime more than they have should be taxed into a grave.
Got anything to say about the rest of the people helping raise money for flood relief?
Looks like a lot of them are stepping up to help out. We’ve not seen any of the music stars that frequent Memphis step up yet that I know of.
Paisley may be an obama supporter (which I was not aware of), but I don’t think he loathes the USA, like the dixie chickens do.
Millington Navy Base Slowly Recovering from Floods
Fund raiser live thread