Country Artists Support Compassion Int.

Music, fun and and charity collided when several artists joined together on December 2 for a concert in Nashville to support the Global Food Crisis Fund, an initiative of the child sponsorship program Compassion International.

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Julie Roberts, Bryan White, Carter’s Chord, Blaine Larsen, and Trailer Choir were among the artists who participate in the event. Hosted by long-time radio hosts Tony Randall and Kris Rochester, the concert featured a night of music and stories, as many of the artists related their tales of traveling to visit children that have been helped by the child advocacy organization.

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