Everyone starts somewhere, and Lee Brice and Chris Stapleton will show fans where they began, for a good cause.

The two artists will take part in "The First and the Worst" benefit concert on March 1 in Nashville. They'll be joined by Jessi Alexander, Bobby Braddock and Sandy Knox, all of whom will perform both the first song they ever wrote and the worst song they ever wrote, as well as their hits, and discuss the stories behind their songs. The night will be hosted by Peter Cooper, a journalist and music historian.

"The First and the Worst" 2016, which is the second annual event, will benefit the Music Health Alliance.

“I'm excited for ‘The First and the Worst’ to return again this year," says Music Health Alliance Founder Tatum Hauck Allsep in a press release. "It's a fun event for the fans, and the music industry loves it, too! Everyone comes out to cheer and jeer their fellow musicians, all while supporting Music Health Alliance’s advocacy work on behalf of their peers.”

"The First and the Worst" 2016 will be held at Nashville's City Winery. Tickets can be purchased online.