Chase Bryant sticking with Tim McGraw on Sandy Hook Benefit

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What a week it has been for the Sandy Hook Benefit concert that Tim McGraw and fellow country singers Billy Currington and Chase Bryant were going to perform at. What started as a gesture of good doing quickly went down hill when people were claiming Tim was risking our 2nd amendment. The heat may have been too hot for Billy and he backed out, but newcomer Chase Bryant has confirmed he will be sticking with it after Tim released a statement saying he was NOT backing out….or down on his reasons for doing the concert.

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