CMA Day of Hearing

The CMA, country music stars, the Starkey Hearing Foundation and sponsors Big Machine Records and Music City Merchandise will help bring the Gift of Hearing to people in need during the CMA Music Festival, June 14, at the Nashville Renaissance Hotel.

During a special ceremony, more than 100 children and adults will be fitted, at no cost, with digital hearing instruments. Guests will include CMA CEO Tammy Genovese, Big Machine Records president Scott Borchetta and recording artists Chuck Wicks, Sunny Sweeney, Kate and Kacey Coppola and many others. Starkey Hearing Foundation partners with local hearing professionals, school districts, and special education centers to identify and bring local children with hearing loss to the Nashville Day of Hearing event.

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