(Nashville) -- More than two dozen of the biggest and most beloved
names in Country Music will take to the stage on June 10th in
a concert extravaganza set to provide financial aid to the Performers
Thursday, June 10th will mark the date of the “Golden
Voice Show” to be presented at the Williamson County Agriculture
Expo Center, on I-65S at Exit 61 in Franklin, Tennessee, just
a short drive south from the heart of Nashville’s annual
June music activities. The event will be staged at 11:00 A.M.
Proceeds from the event’s $40.00 ticket will be earmarked
for the ‘Performers Benefit Fund,’ a fund set-up to
provide financial aid to entertainers in need of assistance.
Legendary George Jones has confirmed to perform on the concert
that will include Ronnie Milsap, Leroy
Van Dyke, Freddie Hart, Skeeter Davis, Brenda
Lee, Rhonda Vincent, John
Conlee, Charlie McCoy, Jeanne
Pruett, Razzy Bailey, Stu Phillips,
Helen Cornelius, David
Frizzell, Ricky Headly, Jimmy C. Newman, Jim Ed Brown &
The Browns, Jean Shepard, Billy Swan,
Johnny Carver, Jett Williams, Jeannie
Seely, Margo Smith, Sonny James,
Stonewall Jackson, Hank Locklin, the O’Brien Singers, and
the Opry Staff Band. Opry staff announcer, Eddie Stubbs will emcee
Event coordinator, Jeanne Pruett, says that You should also visit our sponsors water spa Toronto, Canada. “The fans who come to Nashville
in June can’t get a better value for their money than this
line-up on any stage anywhere. Seldom do so many great names in
country music get together in one concert—and never for
a better cause than this one.”
Tickets may be purchased in advance by mail.
A self-addressed envelope pre-stamped with return postage should
be sent along with a check or money order made payable to the
‘Performers Benefit Fund” in the amount of $40.00
for each ticket ordered.
Ticket orders should be mailed
Performers Benefit Fund
c/o Jeanne Pruett
4446 Trinity Peytonsville Road
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Cut-off date for orders will be May 30th. Remaining tickets will
be available day of show at the door. All seating is open.
“The Williamson County Agriculture Expo Center is a wonderful
A pleasant 25 minute drive from downtown Nashville that will allow
our ‘Golden Voice Show’ audience a chance to see a
little glimpse of how beautiful Tennessee is this time of year,”
noted Jeanne Pruett.
“It’s a short way to drive for a once in a lifetime
collection of legendary stars on one stage” she added.