Trace Adkins, Jimmie Allen, & More to Lead Thousands Oak Benefit Concert
Several in Nashville’s artist community will unite on Feb. 11 in Thousand Oaks, California, for an evening of music, titled ACM Lifting Lives Presents: Borderline Strong. The event aims to support victims and families of the shooting that occurred at Borderline Bar & Grill on Nov. 7, 2018; the shooting killed 12 people and injured approximately 15 others. Net proceeds from the event will benefit the Ventura County Community Foundation’s Conejo Valley Victim’s Fund. Hosted by Charles Esten, the one-night-only concert will feature Trace Adkins, Jimmie Allen, Charles Esten, Cassadee Pope, Tyler Rich, Runaway June and more to be announced at the Fred Kavli Theatre in the Thousand Oaks Civic Center. “We are deeply grateful to ACM Lifting Lives for standing with the victims and survivors of this devastating tragedy. While we know that financial support cannot begin to alleviate the pain of this horrific event, we hope these funds will offer some basic aid and support during these difficult times of transition and recovery. Thank you to everyone working to ensure that those touched by this tragedy are assisted in every way possible,” said Vanessa Bechtel, President & CEO of the Ventura County Community Foundation. “ACM Lifting Lives is honored to present this evening to raise much needed dollars for all directly impacted by this tragedy,” said Lyndsay Cruz, Executive Director of ACM Lifting Lives, the charitable arm of the Academy of Country Music. “Our family of country music artists and industry representatives will always respond to the call for help during these times of need. We look forward to this very special evening where we can, once again, experience first-hand the healing power of music which is at the core of the ACM Lifting Lives mission.”
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CMA Songwriters Series Announces London C2C Festival Performance
The CMA Songwriters Series is returning to London’s Indigo at The O2 March 7 to kick off the C2C: Country to Country festival and Jimmie Allen, Cam, Ross Copperman, Travis Denning and Laura Veltz are set to perform. The performance follows October’s second annual CMA Songwriters Series tours in Europe and the U.K., and marks the sixth London appearance and third consecutive sold-out CMA Songwriters Series during C2C. Tickets for the special show go on sale Friday, Dec. 7. “The CMA Songwriters Series has developed a reputation for delivering some wonderful magic moments on the eve of C2C each year,” said Milly Olykan, CMA Vice President, International Relations and Development. “We anticipate our next performance will be no different and we’re thrilled to reveal the 2019 lineup. Presenting hit songwriters and introducing new acts to U.K. audiences is so gratifying, with fans in the U.K. being so attentive and open to discovering new Country artists.”
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Jimmie performs on Today Show
Jimmie Allen takes the stage on TODAY to perform his single “Like You Do.” Click HERE to watch!
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Jimmie’s TV Debut & sits down w/Kathie Lee & Hoda
Jimmie joins Kane Brown’s headlining tour
Kane Brown will hit the road in January on his first arena headlining tour, the Kane Brown: Live Forever Tour, which will include support acts Granger Smith, RaeLynn, Danielle Bradbery and Jimmie Allen on select dates.
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Jimmie opens up about health issues & raising a son
Rising country star Jimmie Allen has spent the summer counting his blessings while out on the road playing the music he loves. But little do many fans know just how blessed this Delaware native really is. “I had a heart attack at 21,” Allen admits during a recent interview in Chicago with Taste of Country. “My dad had a heart attack at 22, and has had to have a couple bypass surgeries—and his dad had a heart attack at 23. So yeah, the heart condition is something that we were born with. It’s kinda like once the heart attack happens, then the doctors know how to treat you and move forward.” Read the full story HERE.
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