Kacey Musgraves, Brittany Howard, Margo Price, and More Aiding in Nashville Relief

Musicians are pitching in after a tornado in Tennessee yesterday took lives and damaged beloved structures.

Yesterday, a deadly tornado struck Nashville and middle Tennessee, leaving twenty-four people dead, hundreds hospitalized with injuries, and several beloved Nashville structures severely damaged or destroyed, including popular club Basement East and the headquarters of Dualtone Records.

But Nashville is a music town with deep roots and citizens who stump hard for their city—so musicians immediately sprung into action to chip in. 

Kacey Musgraves was selling stage outfits to benefit Tennessee urban forest preservation, but now she’s directed those proceeds to tornado relief efforts. You can find more info about the sale on the Stage to Closet Instagram.

Margo Price also posted to her Instagram about ways to assist in relief efforts, including videos of herself cleaning up damage and bringing supplies to donate to a Red Cross drive. She posted the link to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund in her IG bio as well, money from which is donated to nonprofits who provide “vital services both immediate and long term.”

Other musicians raising awareness about ways to donate and volunteer include Kesha, Brittany Howard, All Time Low, and Dierks Bentley. There’s a benefit concert set for Monday, March 9 at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in Nashville’s Broadway entertainment district, with Mitchell Tenpenny and Devin Dawson set to perform.

Check out some of the social posts below.


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