Tracy Lawrence Feeds Nashville’s Homeless and Hungry

Singer serves up over 500 turkeys for Nashville Rescue Mission.

The Coast Guard lends a hand to help Tracy at the 7th Annual “Mission Possible” Turkey Fry
From left: Chad Phillips, Commander Bob Helton, James Alter, Tracy Lawrence, Kevin Nicley, Brian Hunter and Chris Snyder
photos by Randi Radcliff

Thanksgiving is a time of sharing and gratitude, and Tracy Lawrence has been doing his part to give back through the annual “Mission Possible” Turkey Fry to feed Nashville’s homeless and hungry.

Tracy Lawrence with his wife Becca and daughters Skylar and Keagan
photo by Randi Radcliff

At this year’s event, held Tuesday (Nov. 20), Tracy and his friends (including Tennessee Titans kicker Rob Bironas and members of the U.S. Coast Guard) fried up a whopping 500-plus turkeys, to be served on Thanksgiving Day. Since the event began in 2006, “Mission Possible” has brought in nearly 6,000 turkeys and provided over 35,000 meals for the Nashville Rescue Mission.

Following the holiday, Tracy will take a break from frying turkeys to play a handful of shows and continue promoting his new single “Stop Drop and Roll.”

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