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4/23/19

The T.J. Martell Foundation’s sold-out Nashville Best Cellars event brought guests out to drink wine for a good cause on 4/22 at Loews Vanderbilt hotel. Presented by Secure Air Charter and sponsored by Morgan Stanley, this year’s event honored Tom Black with the Billy Ray Hearn Award of Excellence and raised a record-breaking $400k towards cancer research.

Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Old Dominion, Kix Brooks, Big Kenny and Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley were among the Country stars in attendance to hail a good cause and inhale food and wine from celeb chefs Vivian Howard and Jason Stanhope.

Pouring up glasses were wine hosts Melissa and Rob Beckham, Black, Matt Donahoe and Clint Higham, Chantel and John Esposito, Marc Goldstone, Chris Johnson, Nataliia & John Sanzo, Michael Oravecz, Eliza Kraft-Olander, Pam and Keith Browning, and Jim Clendenen.

Seen wondering if anyone has a corkscrew are (back, l-r) Johnson, Michael Dorf, Espo, Clendenen, Black, Beckham, Browning, Browning, Oravecz, Goldstone and (front, l-r) event Co-chairs Esposito, Kraft-Olander, and Beckham, and Laura Heatherly.

Before auctioning off the microphones for a good cause are Big Kenny (L) and Black (R).