RASCAL FLATTS HELPS KIDS

Rascal Flatts has donated $817,000 to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville.

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The sum included the proceeds from Friday’s sold-out Flatts show at Music City’s Gaylord Entertainment Center, making that concert the largest fundraising event in the hospital’s history. This is the second year the group has donated the proceeds from its Nashville show to the hospital. The two-year-old, 216-bed facility offers high-level pediatric and sub-specialty treatment. For more information, go to vanderbiltchildrens.com.

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