Rodney Atkins’ “Music City Gives Back” Concert to Benefit Tornado Victims

For the past two years, Rodney Atkins has staged his free "Music City Gives Back" concert to help a deserving cause. For the third installment, scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, at 6 p.m. on Nashville's lower Broadway, funds and donations will be made to benefit the Oklahoma tornado relief effort.

Joining Rodney to give performances will be Justin Moore, Jana Kramer and Josh Thompson. Fans are encouraged to give cash as well as donations of duct tape, work gloves, flashlights and other useful materials.

“Each year I gather some of my friends together to put on this show and have fun with our fans before CMA Music Fest, but the reason we get up here is to help the community come together to give our support to those in need,” said Rodney in a statement. “With the recent disaster in Moore [Okla.], I knew that’s where we had to focus our efforts this year."

If you can't be there in person, you can stream the show live at https://www.facebook.com/wranglerwestern.

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