“Country for a Cause 2017” sponsored by Wright & Schulte raises over $33,000

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Country music performers Daryl Worley, Dan Demay and Chris Wallin donated their time for the charitable cause “Country for a Cause 2017” which raised over $33,000.

 

“Country For a Cause 2017” was a an evening of giving and enjoying the incredible talents of Nashville artists and songwriters, Darryl Worley, Dan Demay and Chris Wallin to raise monies for two outstanding charities, Compassionate Care of Shelby County & Daryl Worley Foundation.

Country music performers Daryl Worley, Dan Demay and Chris Wallin all longtime Nashville songwriters and singers donated there time for this charitable cause. Wright & Schulte and the SMS Group spear headed the event with many corporate sponsors. The event was held at the Tin Roof Barn, Tin Roof Events LLC in Sydney Ohio. Total raised Compassionate Care & Daryl Worley Foundation was $33063.00.

Darryl Worley‘s 15-year career in country music has taught him many things. One of those things is how to recognize a hit song, scoring nearly 20 hit singles and three chart-topping hits with the self-penned “Awful, Beautiful Life” and the poignant “Have You Forgotten,” which spent an astonishing seven weeks at No. 1 as well as “I Miss My Friend” which came to him via a songwriter friends in Nashville. He also recognizes the importance of giving back through his annual charities that has funded organizations such as the Darryl Worley Cancer Treatment Center in Savannah, Tenn.

Dan Demay is a Grammy nominated songwriter who hails from North Carolina. He has had songs recorded like Tracy Byrd’s “Crazy Every Time,” Darryl Worley “If Something Should Happen,” Tracy Lawrence’s “You Can’t Hide Red Neck,” Martina McBride’s “Everybody Does,” Bobby Pinson’s “The Right To Be Wrong,” Joey & Rory’s “Heart Of The Wood,” John Michael Montgom- ery’s “All In A Day,” and Cledus T. Judd’s “Illegals.”

Chris Wallin has the unique gift for finding the extraordinary in ordinary life, He has established himself as one of Nashville’s most sought-after songwriters. For the past several years, Wallin has topped the charts with classics-in-the-making for the industry’s biggest stars: “Love Me If You Can” by Toby Keith, “Don’t Blink” by Kenny Chesney, “I’m Tryin’” for Trace Adkins, “Something To Be Proud Of” and “Speed” by Montgomery Gentry.

 

 

Charities:

Compassionate Care
Daryl Worley Foundation

The Event:

Country For a Cause 2017
Saturday, April 29 at 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM CDT
Tin Roof Barn, 8911 Houston Rd Sydney OH

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