Stars for Second Harvest 2018

Don’t wait to get seats: Tickets always sell out because this show happens during CMA Fest and is held at the historic Ryman Auditorium, former site of the Grand Ole Opry. All proceeds help feed hungry people in Middle and West Tennessee.

This 14th annual, acoustic benefit concert is produced and emceed by Craig Wiseman, hit songwriter and founder of Big Loud Records.

Presented by O’Charley’s

Stage sponsor Nissan North America


Jake Owen

Jake Owen hit the country airwaves again this year with his single “I Was Jack (You Were Diane),” currently a Top 15 song on the Country charts, reuniting him with producer Joey Moi, the producer of his star-making album Barefoot Blue Jean Night. With “I Was Jack (You Were Diane),” Jake evokes the most golden of memories: a warm-weather romance set to one of rock & roll’s essential songs by John Mellencamp. The multi-No. 1 artist and ACM Award winner soon launches the high-profile summer Life’s Watcha Make It Tour.

Jillian Jacqueline

This spring Jillian Jacqueline released Side A, and her debut single “Reasons” rocketed into Spotify’s Viral 50 USA list, racking up 13 million plus streams.

After landing coveted opening slots with Ryan Adams, Dwight Yoakam, Billy Currington, and Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots, Jacqueline soon embarks on Brett Eldredge’s The Long Way Tour as a special guest.

Watch video for God Bless This Mess

Watch video for Reasons



Morgan Wallen

Morgan Wallen is a passionate singer with a unique sound who grew up in Appalachia. His latest Top 10 single “Up Down” features superstar duo Florida Georgia Line and is a swampy, laidback tribute to downhome living — and partying. He hits the road with Luke Bryan for the megastar’s What Makes You Country Tour beginning May 31 as support on more than three dozen summer shows, including 11 stadiums. Wallen’s debut album was released in April.

Watch video for Up Down feat. Florida Georgia Line

Watch video for The Way I Talk





Mason RamseyMason Ramsey

Eleven-year-old singing sensation Mason Ramsey broke YouTube after his incredible yodeling performance at a Kentucky Walmart went viral (currently boasting over 40 million views). Soon he was performing during Coachella and at the Grand Ole Opry. The boy from Harrisburg, Illinois just cut his first single, “Famous.”

Watch video of Mason on The Ellen Show











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