BLACK STONE CHERRY To Perform At Northwest Tennessee Kids Hunting For A Cure

Northwest Tennessee Kids Hunting for a Cure has announced that Roadrunner Records modern rock band BLACK STONE CHERRY will take part in an acoustic performance for the event's Saturday night (March 26) music entertainment in Huntingdon, Tennessee. This widely popular band are country boys from nearby Edmonton, Kentucky who are carving a name for themselves in all of Europe and have recently started to make a huge splash in the USA. Their European success has come not only from their wonderful music but also their Southern American image.

The guys from BLACK STONE CHERRY have huge hearts and a strong desire to help children to need to laugh, smile and experience some goodness in life.

Don't miss a big chance to be a part of the special performance, meet some truly special children and tons of volunteers from across the nation who have volunteered to make a difference to this wonderful cause. Also riding shotgun with BLACK STONE CHERRY will be drummer John Fred Young's father Richard Young of the KENTUCKY HEADHUNTERS.

John Fred and Richard are avid outdoor sportsman and huge supporters of outdoor events such as this.

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