Hope Nation Radio Will Kick Off September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month With “30 Days of Hope” Concert

The first word in the next sentence says so much. Charitable Hope Nation Radio is kicking off Childhood Cancer Awareness month in September by hosting their 8th Annual “30 Days of Hope” benefit concert, which will feature some of Nashville’s greatest hit singer/songwriters. The all-star lineup will feature acoustic performances from Brady Seals, Buddy Jewell, Gordon Kennedy, John Berry, Keith Anderson, Paul Jefferson, and Sonny Lemaire of Exile.

This show will take place the evening of Wednesday, September 6th at 3rd & Lindsley and will benefit the Live4Tay Foundation. Proceeds raised this night will go directly to the foundation to support families of children with cancer. Tickets now available here.

Hope Nation Radio is an amazing powerhouse for those who need some smiles and positivity in their lives when battling cancer. Formed in 2013 by Nile “Big Daddy” Peaytt and Thomas Hammonds, this station plays a variety of country music, pop, rock, contemporary, Christian and gospel from signed and independent artists. This is a station anyone can listen to, including the children in the hospital; whether it be for a lengthy stay or to help pass the time while getting treatments. For more information visit their website.

Live4Tay Foundation financially supports families who have children with cancer by raising money and awareness through benevolent fundraising events. They have helped 110 families in Tennessee and raised around $200k for local families. They also assist other organizations in financing research for preventing and curing cancer, especially in children. Stop by their website for further information at live4tay.org

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