Stars For Second Harvest
Don’t wait to get seats: Tickets always sell out because this show happens during CMA Fest and is held at the historic Ryman Auditorium, former site of the Grand Ole Opry. All proceeds help feed hungry people in Middle and West Tennessee.
1 in 8 Middle Tennesseans – including 1 in 6 children – struggle with hunger every day.
This 15th annual, acoustic benefit concert is produced and emceed by Craig Wiseman, hit songwriter and founder of Big Loud Records.
Presented by O’Charley’s
Stage sponsor Nissan North America
Four-time Grammy winner Keith Urban is best known for his energetic stage show and a laundry list of chart-topping hits like You’ll Think of Me, Blue Ain’t Your Color, and The Fighter (with Carrie Underwood). The Australian country star is the newly crowned 2018 CMA and ACM Entertainer of the Year. His latest single – We Were – was just released May 14, and we can’t wait to hear him play it in the Ryman Auditorium at Stars for Second Harvest!
Singer songwriter Madison Kozak has opened for Willie Nelson and performed at CMA Fest and the legendary Bluebird Café. One of eight children from a two-stoplight town in Ontario, her honest lyrics and infectious energy are guaranteed to evoke enthusiasm, admiration, and laughter.
Lee Thomas Miller
It’s a good bet some of your favorite songs on country radio are thanks to Lee Thomas Miller. He’s the mind behind You’re Gonna Miss This, recorded in 2007 by Trace Adkins and played at nearly every graduation since. This three-time Grammy nominee’s long list of credits also include The Impossible (Joe Nichols), In Color (Jamey Johnson) and I’m Still a Guy (Brad Paisley).
Watch video for In Color
Rolling Stone recently crowned HARDY as a New Country Artist You Need to Know. He co-wrote No. 1 hits Up Down for Morgan Wallen and Simple for Florida Georgia Line. Originally from Philadelphia, Miss., HARDY combines country imagery, Southern rock sounds, and blue-collar vocals for relatable results.
Twelve-year-old singing sensation Mason Ramsey broke YouTube after his incredible yodeling performance at a Kentucky Walmart went viral (currently boasting over 65 million views). Soon he was performing during Coachella and at the Grand Ole Opry. The boy from Harrisburg, Illinois has released several singles including “Famous” and “The Way I See It.”
Watch video of Mason on The Ellen Show