Clint Black Brings His Concert for a Cause to Nashville


Clint Black recently held a recording session contest through Chideo to raise money for Rett Syndrome. Many talented artists submitted videos to the contest with four finalists left standing. Now, in order to assist with his efforts to raise awareness and funds for the condition, Clint, along with the four contestants, will be performing a Concert for a Cause in Nashville at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s James K. Polk Theater on September 9th.

Tickets are now on sale for the show, an event that will donate all proceeds toward research to cure Rett Syndrome. You can purchase tickets by clicking here.

The four finalists joining Clint are as follows: Blake Esse of Culpeper, VA, Jefferson Clay of Austin, TX, Julie McCloud of Waynesboro, PA, and Sasha Aaron of Nashville, TN.

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    Scott Barrettsmith

    My wife and I attended the Clint Black Concert for a Cause on Sept. 9th at TPAC so where can we view the taping ?
    Thank you,
    Scott Barrettsmith

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