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Top Nashville news: Musicians lend a hand on and off stage; girl raises money for tornado victims

Top Nashville news: Musicians lend a hand on and off stage; girl raises money for tornado victims
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By Hoodline - Published on March 11, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Nashville.

Nashville artists help out on stage and off after tornadoes

Members of the Grammy-winning string band Old Crow Medicine Show put down their fiddles and banjos and picked up chainsaws last week after deadly tornadoes hit middle Tennessee. 

Read the full story on MySanAntonio.

Maverick Raul Malo remains a Texan at heart

Try as he might, Raul Malo, the frontman of The Mavericks, can't quite figure out why he has such an affinity for Texas. For the record, Malo — born in Miami, and currently based in Nashville — doesn’t have any evident Texas roots, but he’s also far from the first musician to fall head over heels for the Lone Star State.

Read the full story on Preview from the Houston Chronicle.

6-year-old in Fresno sets up hot cocoa stand to raise money for Nashville tornado victims

A six-year-old girl in Fresno heard about tornadoes that ripped through Nashville, TN and decided she wanted to help out. 

Read the full story on Jim De La Vega - KMPH FOX 26.


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