Chuck Wicks to Host Country Weekly Kick-Off Party, Powered by NASH

photo by Jim Wright/Musicians On Call

The Country Weekly Kick-Off Party Powered by NASH, Tuesday night, June 3, just got even more fun—and funnier. Hit singer/songwriter Chuck Wicks is set to host Country Weekly’s bash at the Mercy Lounge in Nashville that helps get CMA Music Festival week off to a bang.

Chuck burst onto the scene with his smash “Stealing Cinderella” and continues to release new music like his current single, “Us Again.” But he also has a lightning-fast sense of humor that serves him perfectly as personality on NASH-FM’s flagship program, America’s Morning Show. In addition to hosting, Chuck will join the exciting performance lineup that includes stars Kip Moore and Frankie Ballard.

“Teaming up with Country Weekly to help benefit Musicians On Call sounds like a great way to kick off CMA Fest to me!” Chuck raves. “I’m looking forward to sharing the stage with Kip Moore and Frankie Ballard and also getting my crack at hosting duty. Should be a fun night for everyone.”

All proceeds from the show will benefit Musicians On Call, a nonprofit organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. Country Weekly has teamed with the organization for the past eight years to help support the charity’s mission.

Tickets are now on sale for the party, sponsored by Durango and Roper, for the low cost of $30.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music gets cranking promptly at 8. 

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