Eric Church’s Band Gives Back to Flood Helpers

Grammy’s MusiCares stepped up to help band members who lost gear in the Nashville floods.

The floods that hit Nashville a couple of years ago washed away lots of music equipment belonging to the guys in Eric Church's band. And Grammy organization MusiCares stepped up to help.

Now, Eric's band is giving back.

They're hosting a fundraiser, the Put a Club in My Hand charity golf tourney, in Nashville Sept. 25. And all the proceeds go to MusiCares.

In a statement, Eric says he's proud of his bandmates and that he'll be supporting the tournament.

If you want to play golf with the band, go to ecbgolf.preferredfan.com and put in the password "Swingsteen2012" when prompted.

 

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