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5/3/18

The Country Music Association's renowned CMA Songwriter's Series cruised through Cincinnati's Memorial Hall 5/2 for performances from Sara Evans, Trent Harmon, Rob Hatch and Eric Paslay

The performers took to the stage for a 20-song set that included "Like The Way You Love Me," "There's a Girl," "Goodnight Kiss" and more. 

While in town, the artists paid a visit to Roselawn Condon Elementary School, where students performed for them. After the showcase, the CMA Foundation and U.S. Bank surprised the school with new instruments to give students the opportunity to participate in the music education program. 

“Through the power of music, we are able to come together and ensure all students have access to music education and music educators have the support they need to cultivate a thriving program in their community,” said Tiffany Kerns, CMA Director of Community Outreach. “The CMA Foundation believes in rooting deep within a district to help bring the necessary resources, support and funding to create a program that will impact students for years to come.”