Country All-Stars to Help ‘Feed the Front Line’ with Benefit Show



Nearly 40 nationwide stars and other celebrities will help raise funds for a Nashville-area nonprofit that is feeding frontline workers and others affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID- 19). Feed the Front Line Live, presented by CMT will be a one-day benefit concert and online fundraiser.

Set for Wednesday (May 20), Feed the first line live will include performances and appearances by country stars Brad Paisley, Carly Pearce, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill, Kip Moore, Tenille Townes, Tim McGraw and more. Additionally, folk artist Adam Melchor, pop-rocker Avril Lavigne, soul singer Grace Potter and others are in the lineup, and NFL star Petyon Manning, actor Rita Wilson and others will be on the lineup. also involved.

The live stream will air during the traditional three meal times – breakfast (10 a.m. ET), lunch (2 p.m. ET) and dinner (8 p.m. ET) – with different lineups of stars involved in each segment. Fans can log in through CMT’s Facebook page and YouTube channel and donate at

Founded in March by, among others, Maggie, daughter of Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Feed the Front Line aims to feed frontline workers and others directly affected by the pandemic, and to support local restaurants and their employees. the same time. Donations help Feed the Front Line pay staff at partner restaurants to prepare meals, which are then delivered free of charge to workers in the area and others in need.

“Feed the Front Line is grateful to partner with the biggest stars in country music and CMT in our mission to support restaurants and feed frontline workers and other people most in need during the COVID-19 crisis. Said Maggie McGraw, who is the FTFL Nashville chapter vice president. “We hope that viewers who are in a position to donate will consider doing so to help us bring more food to more people across the country.”

So far, Feed the Front Line has raised over $ 750,000 and delivered nearly 50,000 meals.

Feed the Front Line Live, presented by CMT Align:

Adam melchor
Avril Lavigne
Billy ray cyrus
White Brown
Brad Paisley
Brett Young
Caitlyn smith
Carly Pearce
Pope Cassadee
Charlie worsham
Rice hunt
Dustin Lynch
Hill of Faith
Grace Potter
Hailey Whitters
Jimmie Allen
Jon Pardi
Kelsea Ballerina
Kenny chesney
Kip moore
Kylie morgan
Lori McKenna
Matt Quinn
Peyton Manning (cameo)
Rita wilson
Russell dickerson
Ryan Tannehill (cameo)
Sam williams
Scotty McCreery
Sheryl raven
Shy Carter
Woolly sloan
Solomon Thomas (cameo)
The brothers Warren and Lance Miller
Tenille Townes
Tim mcgraw
Tucker Beathard

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