Music City’s 2nd Ave Strong Benefit Concert Replay

Music City’s 2nd Ave Strong Benefit Concert Replay

Nashville is using music to help the businesses and people affected by the Christmas Day 2020 bombing with the 2nd Ave Strong Benefit concert.

Taking place this past Friday, March 26th – the star-studded benefit aired locally in Nashville but also streamed all around the world online.

If you missed it, you can relive the concert that features Ashley McBryde, Scotty McCreery, Lindsay Ell, Lee Brice, Phil Vassar, Old Dominion, Shenandoah, Sixwire and many others.

Along with the performances, you’ll hear stories of the people affected by the bombing, but also learn about the rich history that 2nd has in the development of making Nashville what it is today.

Most importantly you can still donate to the cause to make 2nd Ave Strong again.

Check out the benefit concert here…

Photo Courtesy of 2nd Ave Strong

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