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MORRIS HIGHAM BENEFIT SERIES DEBUTS AT THE BLUEBIRD
5/10/19

On hand for the Morris Higham Management’s first fund-raiser at at the Bluebird Café are, front row, from left, Buffy Cooper, Sarah Trahern, Tiffany Kerns, and Walker County’s Ivy and Sophie Walker. Back row, Carlton Anderson, Brandon Morlock, Michael Ray, Will Hitchcock, Basak Kizilisik and Ryan Griffin.

Michael Ray, Ryan Griffin and Walker County—all of whom record for Warner Nashville—and Arista Nashville’s Carlton Anderson performed at the debut Morris Higham Presents at The Bluebird Cafe this week. The performance to a sold out house raised more than $2,000 for The CMA Foundation.

“Events like this allow us to advance our mission — providing high-quality music programs to kids across the country, and leverage more opportunities to strengthen the music education ecosystem,” said CMA Foundation Executive Director Tiffany Kerns.

Clients of Morris Higham Management will next do a benefit show at the Bluebird Cafe on 8/6 for MusiCares then on 11/19 for ACM Lifting Lives. "Our industry partners do such an incredible job of not only sharing country music far and wide but also by giving back within in our community and supporting its future through many wonderful initiatives," said Morris Higham's Robert Filhart.