NASHVILLE, TN (CelebrityAccess) — Nashville’s country music community came together for the third annual Dottie West Birthday Bash to help raise funds for the Nashville Musicians Association.
The sold-out concert at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville sponsored by Springer Mountain Farms and hosted by Country legend and fifty-two-year member of the Grand Ole Opry, Jeannie Seely.
The concert featured a welcome and introduction by Charlie Monk and a lineup that included “Whisperin'” Bill Anderson and his Po Folks Band, Tim Atwood, John Berry, Buddy Cannon, Melonie Cannon, Michele Capps, Peter Cooper, Danny Davis, Steve Dorff, Erin Enderlin, Tess Frizzell, Jamey Johnson, Jon Randall, John Schneider, Jeannie Seely, Bobby Tomberlin, Dallas Wayne and Kenna West along with numerous special guests.
The charity event raised over $28,300 in funds for the Nashville Musicians Association with 100% of all money going to the Musician’s Emergency Relief Fund.
“This was one more example of WHY I’m so proud of our Country Music community!! All of the sponsors, artists, musicians, organizers, volunteers, and most of all, the fans and supporters were on top of their games for this event. Our thanks and appreciation to Ron Brice and his staff at 3rd and Lindsley, as they go that extra mile for us,” said host Jeannie Seely. “And didn’t we have fun?”