JOE DIFFIE HONORED FOR CHARITY WORK

Joe Diffie, along with Mark Chesnutt and Tracy Lawrence, will be performing for a good cause on February 9th at the Ryman Auditorium.

The 11th annual Country Steps in for First Steps concert will raise funds for children with Down's Syndrome. The organization is especially close to Joe's heart -- his son Tyler was born with Down's Syndrome.

At the show, Joe will be given a letter of commendation from Tennessee Governor Phil Bresden for his work with the organization. Through concerts and golf tournaments, Joe has helped raise over $600,000 for the charity.

Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.com.

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