BRELAND, LITTLE BIG TOWN, REBA McENTIRE, BRITTNEY SPENCER AND KEITH URBAN ADDED TO LORETTA LYNN’S FRIENDS: HOMETOWN RISING FLOOD RELIEF BENEFIT CONCERT

Artists Join Previously Announced Juggernauts Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs

Tune-In Monday, September 13 at 8/7c on Circle Network and Circle All Access for Broadcast and Live Stream from the Grand Ole Opry House

Country stars BRELANDLittle Big TownReba McEntireBrittney Spencer and Keith Urban join the already impressive lineup of stars set to perform LIVE from the Grand Ole Opry House on Monday, September 13 in support of country music icon Loretta Lynn’s flood relief efforts. Previously announced performers for the Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising benefit, which sold out within hours of being announced, include Garth Brooks & Trisha YearwoodLuke Bryan and Luke Combs. All proceeds benefit United Way of Humphreys County.

The special event will broadcast live on Circle Network at 8/7c, in addition, to live streaming on Circle All Access via FacebookTwitter and YouTube. A joint venture between Opry Entertainment Group and Gray Television, Circle is available to watch on Circle and Gray TV stations, DISH Studio Channel 102, Sling TV, and other TV affiliates. Click HERE to learn how to tune in.

“It’s so heartwarming to see everyone in our hometown to step up to help those in need,” shared Lynn. “I’m honored that some of my best friends in Nashville have been so eager to help, too, and I can’t wait to watch the great show they put on. I hope you’ll tune in with me!”

In addition to the concert, Lynn has partnered with Kendra Scott to garner additional support for the cause, with the jewelry company donating 50% of proceeds from the sale of their Tennessee Guitar charm throughout the month of September to United Way of Humphreys County. The charm is available for purchase at KendraScott.com or in retail locations.

 

About United Way of Humphreys County
United Way of Humphreys County (UWHC) is a nonprofit organization based in Waverly, Tenn. UWHC provides funding opportunities for programs and agencies that are meeting a critical need in Humphreys County. These needs fall within focus areas – education, health, financial stability and rebuilding lives. Along with providing funding to partner agencies, UWHC also have several programs and initiatives of their own. Their goal is to make the biggest impact possible in their community by following a simple principle: “Together we can all make it.” For current events, volunteer opportunities and more information about UWHC, follow them on Facebook or visit unitedwayhumphreys.org.

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“United Way of Humphreys County has been dedicated to our communities for years, and we established the Humphreys County Flood Relief Fund to get immediate and long-term needs met for all the flood victims,” added Executive Director Nioka Curtis. “We had no idea this would be one of the worst floods in our history, but our community will be whole again. It’s UWHC’s goal to help make that happen as quickly as possible with the help of our generous donors. From the rental deposits and down payments necessary for people to get re-housed, to remodeling, replacing clothing and rebuilding their lives, we want to make sure their needs are met and we will continue our fight to make that happen.”

The devastating floods rushed through rural Tennessee on Saturday, August 17 after the area received more than 15 inches of rain over a six-hour period, leading to flash flooding that took the lives of 20 people – including the Lynn family’s own longtime ranch hand Wayne Spears – and destroyed hundreds of homes. While the community has come together to support those affected, the effects of the storm will be long lasting and the efforts of the concert beneficiary, United Way of Humphreys County, will be crucial.

To donate, please click here or text TNFLOODRELIEF to 44321. For more information, visit UnitedWayHumphreys.org.