LBT Rides Hogs for Charity

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Country artists love a motorcycle ride charity event, and the latest will put Little Big Town, Luke Bryan and others on Harleys on Sunday,  July 11.

The event, Ride for a Cure, benefits a favorite Music Row charity, the T.J. Martell Foundation, which helps battle life-threatening illnesses.

“Every year we look forward to this day when we can get together with our fans and enjoy a beautiful ride, some great music and raise money for a cause that's so dear to our hearts,” Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town, said in a press release.

After the July 11 ride in Nashville, LBT will be joined by Luke Bryan, Josh Thompson and hot new sibling trio The Band Perry for a concert at a nearby Harley-Davidson dealership.

If you’re in Nashville and you’ve got $35, you can ride with the stars!

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