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TYLER BRADEN RAISES GREEN ON THE GREEN
10/25/22

Warner Music Nashville’s Tyler Braden hosted his second annual Engine Co. 18 Golf Outing yesterday (10/24) at The Governors Club in Brentwood, Tenn.

A former first responder, Braden inaugurated the event last year to support workers on the front lines. This year’s outing welcomed 120 golfers and raised more than $20k for National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and Hungry Heroes, which is double last year’s total.

The event also featured live music presented by Whiskey Jam. Additionally, songwriters Jonathan Singleton, Shane Minor and Trannie Anderson joined Braden for a special writers’ round before he performed a selection of tracks from his debut EP, What Do They Know, including his latest single, “Try Losing One.”

Seen before showing off their back swings are (l-r) WMN’s Tom Martens, iHeartMedia’s Jay Cruze, Braden, iHeartMedia’s Rod Phillips and SiriusXM’s Buzz Brainard. Their reverie was soon interrupted, however, by the spectacle of Lenny Beer driving his golf cart into the water hazard.