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Music City
MUSICARES IN MUSIC CITY
4/28/18

Pictured before they each bid on serving as auctioneer at the next fundraising event are (l-r): Susan Stewart, Randy Rogers, Lee Ann WomackWLXX host Chuck Wicks, Jackie Lee and MusiCares' Debbie Carroll

MusiCares hosted An Evening of Acoustic Country Music Benefitting People In Need at Nashville watering hole AJ's Good Time Bar last night (4/24). 

Playing for fans and bizfolk alike, acts like Lee Ann Womack, Jackie Lee and the Randy Rogers Band donated their time to support funding for MusiCares. 

The evening featured a silent auction with memorabilia from Dolly Parton, Elvis Costello, Carole King, Eric Church and more. For fans that weren't able to make it, you can still bid on available lots here until 5/4.