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Acme Radio Live Keep The Music Playing Live Stream
June 17 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Proceeds benefit Music Health Alliance; Spotify to match all donations
Historic Nashville venues and locations host a star-studded lineup of musicians; Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires, Keb Mo, Rosanne Cash, John Oates, Rodney Crowell, and many more to perform
Nashville’s ever-involved, ever-expansive Acme Radio Live is at it again—this time with Keep The Music Playing, a star-studded live stream fundraiser sponsored by Jack Daniel’s benefiting Music Health Alliance airing June 17th. Utilizing live and pre-recorded performances from a smattering of famous and infamous Nashville locations—The Ryman Auditorium, Bluebird Cafe, Acme Feed and Seed, and Dino’s, to name a few—Keep The Music Playing continues Nashville’s long-seeded history of stepping up to help in times of need. Through the Spotify COVID-19 Music Relief Project, Spotify will match all donations to Music Health Alliance, dollar for dollar, up to a collective total of $10 million. Keep The Music Playing will air on acmeradiolive.com as well as facebook and youtube channels at 5 pm Central on June 17th and donations can be made here starting today.
Hosted by Nashville’s favorite radio personality, Justin Hammel, and Emmy Award-winning television host Kathie Lee Gifford, Keep The Music Playing will feature performances from tenured Nashville artists and songwriters and legends in the making; all from beloved Nashville landmarks and institutions. Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires, Keb Mo, Rosanne Cash, John Oates, John “JoJo” Hermann (Widespread Panic), Katie Pruitt, Devon Gilfillian, and many more are slated to perform. A full lineup can be found below.
Charles Wigg Walker
Donna the Buffalo
Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires
John “JoJo” Hermann
Kenny Vaughan, Dave Roe, & Pete Abbott
Mike Keith (Voice of the Tennessee Titans)
Pete Weber & Terry Crisp (Nashville Predators)
Sean Henry (Nashville Predators CEO & president)
Why: Support Music Health Alliance’s COVID-19 Relief Program, providing direct support for the immediate needs of music industry professionals and their families during this public health crisis through relief grants, simplified solutions and a comprehensive database of resources. Spotify will match all donations to Music Health Alliance, dollar for dollar, up to a collective total of $10 million.