WILLIAM MICHAEL MORGAN AND NASHVILLE PALACE TEAM UP FOR AMERICAN RED CROSS HURRICANE HARVEY RELIEF
NASHVILLE, TN, Aug 30, 2017 — Warner Brothers recording artist William Michael Morgan and the Nashville Palace announced today that they are teaming up to raise money this weekend for the American Red Cross and their efforts to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey.
“The storm that has battered Texas this week has brought devastation to the region but I know the spirit of America is greater than any hurricane,” said Morgan. “Seeing the first responders risk their lives to help their fellow man is what this country is all about. We will set up donations spots on Friday night around the Nashville Palace that will collect funds to help those affected. I am honored to partner with the American Red Cross, one of the best prepared organizations to assist than the American Red Cross.”
The Nashville Palace will have official American Red Cross Donation Buckets on hand for Morgan’s show and throughout the weekend, including Saturday night’s concert featuring Ricky Skaggs.
What to know:
- The Nashville Palace is donating a portion of ticket sales from both the William Michael Morgan and Ricky Skaggs shows to the American Red Cross.
- American Red Cross Donation Stations will be open at the Nashville Palace for any visitor to Music Valley to contribute all weekend.
- The Nashville Palace is located at 2611 McGavock Pike.
- Morgan’s show begins at 7 PM on Friday, Sept.1, Skaggs at 7 PM on Saturday, Sept. 2.
“We at the Nashville Palace are proud to join William Michael Morgan in this effort to aid our friends affected by Hurricane Harvey,” said Nashville Palace owner Barrett Hobbs. “When the storm that hit Nashville in 2010 flooded Music Valley and much of the Mid-State, friends from all across the nation helped us get back on our feet again. It’s only right that we help those that helped us.
For more information on this effort or media credentials please contact Ken Whitehouse at 615-504-2262.