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Will Hoge gives back in concert to benefit VUMC Trauma

Nov. 2, 2012, 11:51 AM

Will Hoge
Will Hoge

In 2008, Nashville singer-songwriter Will Hoge was gravely injured in a scooter accident. Rushed to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with multiple life-threatening injuries, he was in a coma for three days and sidelined for nearly 10 months while he recovered. Hoge credits the VUMC Trauma team with saving his life.

On Friday, Nov. 23, Hoge will help return the favor with a performance at 3rd and Lindsley, located at 818 Third Ave. S. in downtown Nashville. Portions of the proceeds from the first night of his two-night stand at the venue will benefit the VUMC Trauma Center and Trauma Survivors Network.

To purchase tickets, go to the 3rd and Lindsley website.

Contact: Corrie Cron, (615) 343-5970
corrie.cron@vanderbilt.edu

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