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Exile headlined The Stars Go Blue for Colon Cancer benefit at the Country Music Hall of Fameâ€™s Ford Theater.
Exile headlined last night’s The Stars Go Blue for Colon Cancer benefit at the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Ford Theater. Trace Adkins joined them for a performance of their iconic it, “Kiss You All Over,” and Wade Hayes joined the group for their hit, “Super Love.” Hayes, who is undergoing treatment for stage IV colon cancer, received a standing ovation before chatting with the crowd honestly and emotionally about his diagnosis, treatment and the importance of screenings.
Money raised from The Stars Go Blue event benefits The Blue Note Fund which provides financial assistance to those going through treatment who are in need. Grammy-nominated producer/musician Charlie Kelley created the event and the fund after recovering from colon cancer at age 40.
Pictured (l to r:) Exile’s Steve Goetzman, Marlon Hargis, J.P. Pennington, Sonny Lemaire, GAC’s Nan Kelley, Wade Hayes, Exile’s Les Taylor, Charlie Kelley.
You can show your support for this great cause or learn more about it here: www.thebluenotefund.org
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