CLINT BLACK'S CONCERT FOR A CAUSE SET FOR TPAC ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2015
WHAT: As part of Chideo’s Clint Black Dream Recording Session Contest, Clint Black will be hosting a Concert for a Cause in Nashville on September 9in the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s James K. Polk Theater, where he will perform with the contests’ four finalists, all to help raise money for Rettsyndrome.org. In July, Clint announced the contests’ finalists, who have since been competing for America’s vote in the hopes of winning the grand prize: a chance to fly to Nashville to record an original song with the country star in his personal studio. Now all four finalists – Blake Esse, Jefferson Clay, Julie McCloud, and Sasha Aaron – will head to Nashville to perform with Clint at the Concert for a Cause. All funds raised through the competition and concert will be used to accelerate research to cure Rett Syndrome. Tickets are on sale now.
WHO: Clint Black will be joined by Chideo finalists Blake Esse of Culpeper, VA, Jefferson Clay of Austin, TX, Julie McCloud of Waynesboro, PA, and Sasha Aaron of Nashville, TN.
WHEN: September 9, 2015
8:00 p.m. CT
WHERE: Tennessee Performing Arts Center
James K. Polk Theater
505 Deaderick Street
Nashville, TN 37243
ABOUT CHIDEO: Chideo (chideo.com) is the first and only charity broadcast network connecting celebrities with their fans in the spirit of driving awareness and raising money for important causes around the world. Chideo serves as a multi-platform network offering users exclusive video content, as well as the opportunity to meet and interact with some of their favorite personalities from the worlds of entertainment, sports, music, fashion, food, design and culture. Chideo also offers a dedicated platform to distribute original cause-focused content via TV, web and mobile app. For up-to-the-minute news and announcements from Chideo personalities, please follow Chideo on Facebook at Facebook.com/chideodotcom or on Twitter @chideo.
ABOUT RETTSYNDROME.ORG: Rettsyndrome.org is accelerating research for treatments and a cure for Rett syndrome. As the world’s leading private funder of Rett research, we have funded more than $35 million in peer-reviewed research grants and programs to date. We are a 501(c) 3 organization, earning Charity Navigator’s most prestigious 4-star rating. We empower families to make a difference. Visit www.rettsyndrome.org to learn more, or call (800) 818-7388 (RETT).