The 4th Annual The Stars Go Blue Concert
Country legend Trace Adkins performed “Kiss You All Over” with Exile
In Lynnville, we believe you should help your neighbor when you can, so when our neighbors just tothe north called, we were proud to help sponsor the 4thAnnual The Stars Go Blue for Colon Cancer concert held March 6, 2012. Proceeds from this benefit concert and silent auction benefit the Blue Note Fund, a Colon Cancer Alliance program designed to provide financial assistance to colon cancer patients in need.
Grammy-nominated producer, artist and musician, Charlie Kelley and wife, GAC host Nan Kelley, established The Stars Go Blue concert when he was diagnosed with colon cancer after a routine screening at age 40.
Charlie and Nan Kelley creators and hosts
Iconic Country/Pop Band ExileL to R: Les Taylor, Marlon Hargis, JP Pennington,Sonny Lemaire, Steve Goetzman
The night’s events were held at The Country Music Hall of Fame’s Ford Theatre in Nashville, TN. Iconic country/pop band Exile entertained the crowd along with special appearances by country stars Wade Hayes and Trace Adkins.
Country star Trace Adkins
Country star Wade Hayes
The benefit also included a silent auction featuring a signed Alan Jackson guitar and an on-set experience at GAC TV (Great American Country).
To date the Blue Note Fund has awarded $125,000 to 400 patients in need. “When you’re fighting cancer, the last thing you want to think about is a bill you can’t pay,” says Kelley. “The Blue Note Fund is our way to help others who are going through tough emotional and financial times.” I tip my hat to Charlie and Nan for their neighborly dedication and appreciate them letting us be a part of such a meaningful event.
Visit the Colon Cancer Alliance’s Blue Note Fund.