NashvilleFloodRelief

Garth Brooks Sells Out Nine Shows in Nashville
Garth Brooks continues to break concert records and cause a fan frenzy, even after having been temporarily retired from the road for more than a decade. The entertainer sold more than 140,000 tickets on Saturday, November 6, and what started as one benefit concert to help flood victims exploded into nine sold-out shows at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena...
Flood-Damaged Instruments Being ‘ReTune’-d Into Artwork
Guitars, mandolins, fiddles, banjos -- some of them legendary, but forever silenced by the great Nashville flood of May 2010 -- are being transformed by ReTune Nashville into three-dimensional works of art to be hung on walls and beheld by the eye as things of beauty and historical significance...
Keith & Nicole Share a Charitable Chat: Photo of the Week
It certainly pays off to help those in need! One lucky caller who phoned in to make a donation during Sunday's 'Music City Keep on Playin': A Benefit for Flood Relief' telethon got to speak to both Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban. The actress was one of dozens of celebrities to take calls during the three-hour live television event on GAC, while her husband served as a performer...
Stars Align for Nashville Flood Relief Telethon
*Help Tennessee flood victims "It was two weeks ago today that Nashville and surrounding areas were hit with a devastating flood, the likes have which haven't been seen in a thousand years," said 'Desperate Housewives' actor and Nashville native James Denton, as he kicked off GAC's 'Music City: Keep on Playin'' flood relief telethon Sunday night...