Kenny Chesney and Darius Rucker will be attending the March 10 T.J. Martell Foundation Gala to pay tribute to this year's honorees.

The 2014 Nashville Honors Gala will recognize real estate visionary Mark Bloom, entrepreneur Beth Dortch Franklin, cancer researcher Scott Hiebert, chairman and CEO of Universal Music Nashville Mike Dungan and veteran country music manager Dale Morris. Chesney will be speaking about the impact that Morris has had on his own life and career in the country music industry.

“Our honorees embody the spirit of what our organization believes in, and have played instrumental roles in their industries as well as the city of Nashville,” says Tinti Moffat, T.J. Martell’s director of strategic development, in a statement (quote via the Tennessean). “This event benefits a great cause and has been an incredible experience each year.”

Proceeds from the dinner and accompanying auction go to benefit groundbreaking cancer research at 11 of the top research hospitals in the country. More information about the event and T.J. Martell can is available at the foundation's website.

Table sponsorships for the event cost between $11,500 and $100,000. Individual tickets are $1,000, and available for purchase here.