Jeffrey Steele and Friends Set Benefit Show

Top Nashville songwriter Jeffrey Steele will host a scholarship fundraising show, Jeffrey Steele & Friends, March 12, at the Rocketown youth club in Nashville.

The event will raise funds for the Alex LeVasseur Memorial Scholarship Program, named in honor of Jeffrey’s son Alex, who died in a tragic accident in January of 2007. The scholarship program will assist Nashville's overlooked and underprivileged youth by motivating them in school and in life. Artists slated to perform with Jeffrey on March 12 include Keith Anderson, Sebastian Bach, Billy Dean, the LoCash Cowboys and others to be announced soon. Tickets will be available starting Monday, Feb. 2, at nowplayingnashville.com.

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