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Lady Antebellum, guest stars present Nov. 9 show benefiting Children’s Hospital

Oct. 29, 2015, 12:19 PM

Lady Antebellum heads an all-star musical performance benefiting Children's Hospital Nov. 9.

“Hearts Unsung” is an evening of musical entertainment benefiting the Children’s Miracle Network and featuring seven-time Grammy® Award-winning trio Lady Antebellum and special guests. This will be a powerful night of music at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Monday, Nov. 9, with proceeds benefiting Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

Special guests include Martina McBride, Jewel, Maddie & Tae, Trace Adkins, Hunter Hayes, Ryan Kinder, and Lennon and Maisy Stella. Chuck Wicks and Miss America will emcee the evening.

The performances also will serve as the centerpiece for the next full-length feature film directed and produced by NASH TV Films titled Hearts Unsung. Additionally, the concert will be spotlighted on a two-night “NASH NIGHTS LIVE” special broadcast airing Friday, Nov. 6, and during the Monday fundraiser.

For more information and to purchase tickets, click HERE.

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