Trace Helps Wounded Warrior Project

Trace Adkins will appear and perform at the Southern Shindig, which raises money for the Wounded Warrior Project, Friday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. at the Loveless Barn in Nashville.

The Wounded Warrior Project is designed to help members of the military who have been injured during their service. The Shindig is the kickoff for the project's Soldier Ride, a "rehabilitative cycling program" series. The ride takes place Saturday, Sept. 26, with top songwriter Jeffrey Steele singing the national anthem before the event. General admission tickets for the Southern Shindig are $100. For more information on the event and the ride, go to southernshindig.org.

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