GAC live show benefits flood relief

Lady Antebellum -- currently a Top 5 fixture on Billboard’s Singles chart (No. 4 with 'Need You Now'), Album chart (No. 2 with 'Need You Now') and Country Songs chart (No. 2 with 'American Honey') -- will perform as part of the GAC benefit Sunday.

Lady Antebellum -- currently a Top 5 fixture on Billboard’s Singles chart (No. 4 with "Need You Now"), Album chart (No. 2 with "Need You Now") and Country Songs chart (No. 2 with "American Honey") -- will perform as part of the GAC benefit Sunday.

Grammy, CMA and ACM award-winner Brad Paisley will perform Sunday as part of the GAC live benefit for Middle Tennessee flood relief. His wife, actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley, will co-host the show with University of Tennessee graduate and “Desperate Housewives” star James Denton.

Grammy, CMA and ACM award-winner Brad Paisley will perform Sunday as part of the GAC live benefit for Middle Tennessee flood relief. His wife, actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley, will co-host the show with University of Tennessee graduate and “Desperate Housewives” star James Denton.

Lady Antebellum -- currently a Top 5 fixture on Billboard’s Singles chart (No. 4 with 'Need You Now'), Album chart (No. 2 with 'Need You Now') and Country Songs chart (No. 2 with 'American Honey') -- will perform as part of the GAC benefit Sunday.

Lady Antebellum -- currently a Top 5 fixture on Billboard’s Singles chart (No. 4 with "Need You Now"), Album chart (No. 2 with "Need You Now") and Country Songs chart (No. 2 with "American Honey") -- will perform as part of the GAC benefit Sunday.

Martina McBride, one of the most popular female artists in country music, will perform tonight on GAC as part of the benefit for flood relief.

Martina McBride, one of the most popular female artists in country music, will perform tonight on GAC as part of the benefit for flood relief.

NASHVILLE — A benefit to help victims of this month’s storms and floods in Middle Tennessee will air live and commercial-free on Great American Country Television 8 p.m.-11 p.m. Eastern time Sunday from the Ryman Auditorium.

Keith Urban, Martina McBride and Keb ‘Mo are among the artists set to appear on “Music City Keep on Playin’”.

Artists previously announced to perform include Brad Paisley, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Kellie Pickler, Rodney Atkins, CeCe Winans, Jaci Velasquez, Randy Montana and Will Hoge.

The hosts will be actor and Tennessee native and University of Tennessee graduate James Denton of “Desperate Housewives” fame and movie and TV star and wife of Brad Paisley, Kimberly Williams-Paisley. Various GAC personalities will join them.

All money raised will go to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, the organization processing and distributing the donations to Middle Tennesseans in need. The event is being presented by GAC, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau and Gaylord Entertainment.

In addition to be being on television, the benefit show is being live streamed on GAC's website.

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