Hitmen Hit the Ryman for Benefit

The stars of the upcoming GAC reality series, The Hitmen of Music Row—top Nashville songwriters Jeffrey Steele, Craig Wiseman, Bob DiPiero and Tony Mullins—headlined the “Stars for Second Harvest” benefit concert at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, Sept. 18.

The annual event, which benefits Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, is always known for surprise special guests like past performers Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and LeAnn Rimes. This year’s show was no exception, as top-selling teen star Taylor Swift took the Ryman stage. The Hitmen of Music Row, a behind-the-scenes look at songwriters and the songwriting process, premieres on GAC, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. ET. To make a donation to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, go to secondharvestnashville.org.

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