Sacramento area natives Devin Dawson and Tyler Rich were among several up-and-coming country artists who performed a benefit concert for tornado relief Monday night at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in downtown Nashville. And, they did pretty well!
Can’t believe we raised $73,698 for @HONashville • Incredible what we can do in such a short amount of time when we band together for a like cause. Thanks for spearheading this one @m10penny • I love Nashville 🖤 pic.twitter.com/8xeFQaL5FB
— Devin Dawson (@zdevin) March 11, 2020
Tickets for the event, which was organized by Mitchell Tenpenny and also featured Hardy, Jessi James Decker and others, sold for $50 a pop, and the event also included an array of raffle items. 100% of the proceeds went to the charity Hands On Nashville, which buys and distributes needed goods for those hardest hit by the recent tornadoes.
Tyler, by the way, will play a show in Wheatland at the new Hard Rock hotel on Saturday March 21st. Tickets and more info here