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Join us for MultiCare’s Heart Strings for Hope concert, raising funds to support mental health care, while providing hope and healing through music. The concert will be streamed across the nation on March 9, 2021. This one-of-a-kind event features performances from artists across multiple genres of music in the name of this important and timely cause. Experience spectacular performances by Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina, Mat Kearney and 12 more artists! New artists will be announced each week.

Tickets and donations made through https://vye.live/ will jointly benefit MultiCare Inland Northwest Foundation and MusiCares®, a charity founded by the Recording Academy. The Foundation will use the proceeds to elevate and expand access to care for our Behavioral Health services in the Inland Northwest. MusiCares will use the proceeds to support mental health care in the music community across the nation.

*Donations made directly to the MultiCare Inland Northwest Foundation will benefit local patients in the region.

Date: Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Time: 6pm PST/8pm CST/9pm EST

Cost: Pay what you can: $10, $25, $50 per household

Location: Streamed on https://vye.live/; concert available for 48 hours after viewing

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Tim McGraw

McGraw has sold more than 80 million records worldwide and won 3 GRAMMY awards, 16 Academy of Country Music Awards and 14 Country Music Association Awards. He’s the most played country artist on the radio since his debut in 1992. Outside of music, McGraw starred in and narrated the movie “The Shack” and co-wrote and performed the closing credit song for the Oscar-winning documentary "Free Solo."  Other movie credits include “Friday Night Lights” and “The Blind Side.” timmcgraw.com

 

 

LeAnn Rimes

Rimes is a multi-platinum singer and ASCAP award-winning songwriter who’s won two GRAMMY Awards, 12 Billboard Music Awards, two World Music Awards, three Academy of Country Music Awards, a Country Music Association Award and a Dove Award. She’s been honored with the Human Rights Campaign’s Ally of Equality Award, the 2019 HOPE Award for Depression Advocacy and 2009 ACM Humanitarian Award for making a difference. leannrimes.com

 

Scotty McCreery

McCreery has earned three back-to-back number-one hits from his most recent album Seasons Change, where he co-wrote all 11 songs. Accolades for the North Carolina native include earning Double Platinum, Platinum and Gold singles and winning “American Idol,” in addition to being recognized by the ACM Awards, CMT Music Awards, American Country Awards, BMI Country Awards, Carolina Beach Music Awards and NSAI. His current single “You Time” is available everywhere now. ScottyMcCreery.com

 

Lauren Alaina

Hailing from Georgia, Alaina is a star whose number-one smash “Road Less Traveled” came from the 2017 most-streamed album of the year for a female country artist. Her latest EP Getting Over Him draws inspiration from life experience, past relationships and the global pandemic and includes six co-written tracks. “This music is empowering. It feels resilient, more confident, bold and more secure,” the artist shares. laurenalainaofficial.com

 

Kade Puckett

Spontaneous and honest, Puckett is engaging and entertaining on stage. The 2013 Indiana State Fingerstyle Guitar champion’s song “Timmy Jo” was chosen as the theme for WTIU's (PBS) show “The Weekly Special,” and the award-winning songwriter performs all genres of music. facebook.com/KadePuckettplaysguitar

 

 

Matthew West

West is a five-time GRAMMY nominee, a multiple ASCAP Christian Music Songwriter/Artist of the Year winner and a 2018 Dove Award Songwriter of the Year. He’s also received an American Music Award, a Billboard Music Award and a K-LOVE Fan Award. Along with his own recording career, he has more than 130 songwriting credits, including cuts by Rascal Flatts, Scotty McCreery, Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, Mandisa and Danny Gokey. matthewwest.com

 

Music Travel Love

Music Travel Love is comprised of Canadian brothers Bob and Clint Moffatt. Along with their other brothers, Scott and Dave, The Moffatts were the youngest band to sign a major label record deal. In 2006, the duo moved back to Nashville and became known as Endless Summer. In their Music Travel Lovel project, Bob and Clint travel the world to film videos of covers and their originals. musictravellove.com

 

Troubadour 77

Troubadour 77, a husband and wife team often referred to as T77, is the brainchild of award-winning singer-songwriters Anna Wilson and Monty Powell. They celebrate the tradition of the American troubadour with raw and honest emotion and songs of social change, life, death, love, hope and redemption. Powell performs his string of hits, giving an insider’s look, and Wilson shines a light on Countrypolitan standards mixed with her original compositions. troubadour77.com

 

 

Payton Smith

Layering vivid imagery over propelling tones, Louisiana native Smith co-wrote his debut single “Like I Knew You Would” and others on his self-titled EP. As Taste of Country notes, his “raw talent, authenticity and strong work ethic are bound to bring him country music success for many, many years.” paytonsmithmusic.com

 

Jason Crabb

In his career, Kentucky-born Crabb has been honored with two GRAMMY awards and 22 Gospel Music Association (GMA) Dove Awards. He’s also the youngest member to be inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. Since his first solo release in 2009, Crabb has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Grand Ole Opry, the Brooklyn Tabernacle and Billy Graham’s final crusade in NYC, and he’s appeared on NBC’s "Celebrity Apprentice" and alongside “Duck Dynasty’s” Willie Robertson. jasoncrabb.com

 

Craig Campbell

Campbell’s single, “It’s About Time” is the first track he’s co-produced, played acoustic guitar, piano and sung his own harmonies. Previous hits include “Family Man,” “Outta My Head” and “Outskirts of Heaven,” which prompted  appearances at NFL games, the “TODAY show,” CMA Fest and the Grand Ole Opry. “I’m so excited for what this new music sounds like because I get to put my hands on it and be a part of it” Campbell says. craigcampbell.tv

 

Lindsay Ell

Bachman–Turner Overdrive (BTO) and The Guess Who’s Randy Bachman discovered the Calgary native at 13. The multi-instrumentalist was soon touring alongside Luke Bryan, Buddy Guy and Keith Urban, plus Brantley Gilbert and Brad Paisley later on. Ell’s been nominated for New Female Artist of the Year in 2019 and 2020. She’s also won 2020 CCMA Interactive Artist or Group of the Year two years straight. lindsayell.com

 

Ty Herndon

Herndon is a GRAMMY-nominated and Dove-winning artist who made his debut in 1995 with “What Mattered Most.” Between 1995 and 2002, Herndon charted 17 singles, including three number ones and numerous top 10 hits. In 2014, he was the first major male country artist to publicly come out as gay, and shortly after, he hosted a first-of-its-kind musical event, The Concert for Love and Acceptance. The artist is currently writing and recording a new album. tyherndon.com

 

Jimmy Wayne

Wayne is a former foster kid turned country artist whose songs highlight his mission to raise awareness for children in foster care. His hits include “Stay Gone,” “Paper Angels,” “I Love You This Much” and “Do You Believe Me Now,” which earned BMI’s prestigious Million-Air Award for receiving more than one million radio spins. Wayne has toured with Brad Paisley and recorded “Sara Smile” with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame duo Daryl Hall and John Oates. jimmywayne.com

 

Ashley McBryde

McBryde’s 2018 debut Girl Going Nowhere landed a GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Album. She closed out 2019 with ACM New Female Artist, CMT Breakout Artist of the Year, a New Artist of the Year win at the CMA Awards and two nominations for the 2020 GRAMMYs for Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance. Her follow-up Never Will has already earned her GRAMMY and CMA nominations. ashleymcbryde.com

 

Chuck Wicks

Wicks has found success across the entertainment industry as a songwriter (cuts by Jason Aldean / Frankie Ballard) and as a co-host of a radio show where he earned two Academy of Country Music Award nominations. He’s had television appearances on “Nashville” and “Dancing with the Stars” and is getting back to the music with latest tracks “Old With You” and “Solid Gold.” Wicks’ iHeart podcast “Talk to Chuck” can be heard every Monday and Thursday. chuckwicks.com

 

 

Mat Kearney

Kearney is Nashville-based, Oregon born and has recently been writing January Flower in a Joshua Tree isolated retreat and his home studio. Due out in May, the album is Kearney in his rawest form, distilling the songwriting process and rediscovering the joy of making music. The Multi-Platinum songwriter and producer has released five studio LPs, claimed the number one spot on iTunes, topped Billboard charts and made four entries into the Hot 100. matkearney.com

 

Lindsey Lomis

Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Lomis offers an earthen cadence from a youth perspective. After releasing her debut EP Chapter I, she signed with Altadena and Warner Records and garnered fans like Meghan Trainor and Joe Jonas. Of her ambitions for her pop music, Lomis says, “When people come home from a long day, I want my songs to help them feel like they dropped the weight of the world off their shoulders.” lindseylomis.com

 

 

Marc Broussard

Broussard has always been about tying music to a mission, and his latest studio album A Lullaby Collection SOS III seeks to inspire younger audiences. The son of Louisiana Hall of Fame guitarist, Ted Broussard, the younger Broussard has a soulful sound, expressive vocals and sweeping orchestration. marcbroussard.com
 
 

Phil Vassar

Vassar's reign of songs include 10 number-one singles and 26 Top 40 hits, including “Carlene,” “Just Another Day in Paradise,” “Six-Pack Summer,” “When I Love You” and more. His recording career has seen the release of nine albums, two ASCAP Songwriter of the Year trophies and ACM’s Top New Male Vocalist. Vassar also hosts a series of conversations and music with hit artists, songwriters, athletes and entertainers in “Songs from the Cellar.” philvassar.com

 

Terri Clark

Clark got her start by playing for tips at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, a honky-tonk bar across the alley from Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium.  The three-time JUNO Awards winner holds the honor of being the only Canadian female member of the legendary Grand Ole Opry. She’s received 19 CCMA Awards, and in 2018, the artist was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame. terriclark.com   

 

Mitch Rossell

Rossell’s prolific songwriting and artistry caught the attention of Garth Brooks, and in 2016, Rossell opened for Brooks’ world tour with an acoustic guitar at his side. He’s also written Brooks' last three singles and has released music of his own, such as fan favorite, "All I Need To See.” mitchrossell.com
 
 

Lexie Hayden

Hayden infuses her music with the honesty she has long admired from the pillars of country music. Her debut EP The Drive drew critical acclaim for its lyrical story-telling and diversity from outlets such as “Whiskey Riff.” And, her most recent release “Sad Songs” was selected by “The Bobby Bones Show” for their Women of iHeart Country segment. lexiehayden.com

 

 

Bryan White - Host

A Platinum selling artist, White’s recording career began in 1994 with the release of his self-titled debut. With six number-one singles — “So Much for Pretending,” “Sittin’ on Go,” “I’m Not Supposed to Love You Anymore,” “Rebecca Lynn,” “Someone Else’s Star” and “From This Moment On” — a Grammy and countless other awards and credits to his name, White has established a global legacy. bryanwhite.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Heart Strings for Hope - Virtual General Admission

Join us for MultiCare’s Heart Strings for Hope concert, raising funds to support mental health care, while providing hope and healing through music. Experience spectacular performances by Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina, Mat Kearney, Lindsey Lomis and many more!

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