Several Major Artists To Preform On NBC To Raise Money For Local Food Banks
Be sure to check out "Singing For Their Supper", a TV special with several major artists performing to raise money for The Tri-State Food Bank on April 18th.
This one hour televised event will feature artists singing from home in an effort to assist local food banks during the COVID-19 crisis.
In an effort to assist local food banks during their COVID-19 response, music artists are lending their voice during a one hour televised event in ‘Singing for their Supper’.
Viewers will have the opportunity to donate to the cause while hearing several artists perform, including:
- Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum
- Kristian Bush of Sugarland
- Ken Block & Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel
- Edwin McCain
- Patrick Davis
- Josh Kelley
- Joe Stevenson
- Shawn Mullins
- Chris Barron of Spin Doctors
- Glen Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket
- and Scotty McCreery.
All donations made during the one-hour telethon will directly benefit area food banks as they continue to supply communities with necessary food supplies. Donations for the Evansville area will go to the Tri-State Food Bank.
Viewers should be able to text 14FOOD to 41444 to donate. The special will air on WFIE Saturday, April 18th at 6 p.m. Central Time.