Nashville showed up big time during the CMA's week-long donation drive benefitting Musically Fed!
The drive resulted in 14 road cases full of goods to be distributed at a food drive-thru this Saturday.
"We are so proud to have partnered with Musically Fed to host this donation drive and continue their efforts in providing resources for music industry professionals in need,” says Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “The pandemic has rattled our industry and Musically Fed has continuously provided ways to give support to those hurting during this time. It’s been amazing to see the Nashville community come together last week, and we are honored to play a part in helping those in our industry get back on their feet so that we can bring the music back bigger and better than ever.”
"The spirit of community was never more prevalent than during the Country Music Association's week-long food drive this past week,” says Maria Brunner, Musically Fed Founder and Director. We applaud, celebrate, and thank the Country Music Association and the music industry of #Nashville."
We are thankful for all the artists that came out to support our efforts- Frankie Ballard, Shy Carter, Easton Corbin, Adam Doleac, Brooke Eden, Ross Ellis, Johnny Gates, Kelsey Lamb, Tyra Madison, Ian Munsick, Kelby Ray of The Cadillac Three, Michael Ray, Payton Smith, Track45, Matt Thomas from Parmalee, Emma White & Lainey Wilson.