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Exile - Album Release Concert Benefitting SAFPAW

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Just last year, award winning country rockers, Exile, celebrated their 50th with a whirlwind tour and international media coverage. On just one of those stops – at the historic Franklin Theatre - they decided to capture the celebration in a live recording and full-length DVD.
On Sept 4, the band returns to the scene of the recording to release the new album with a live show that is also a fundraiser for the Southern Alliance for People and Animal Welfare (SAFPAW), a non-profit organization in middle Tennessee helping the homeless community face the daily challenges of living in poverty with their pets.

Exile has notched 11 number ones and a host of top 10’s hits through the years including: “I Don’t Want To Be A Memory,” “Give Me One More Chance,” “She’s A Miracle,” “Crazy For Your Love,” “Hang On To Your Heart,” “I Could Get Used To You,” “It’ll Be Me,” “She’s Too Good To be True” and “I Can’t Get Close Enough.”With three gold albums, two Greatest Hits CDs, several multi-platinum singles and thirteen award nominations from the Academy of Country Music (ACM) and the Country Music Association (CMA), the band has solidified its reputation in the world of country music.

Join us to celebrate new music from an iconic group and help raise awareness and financial resources for a remarkable organization.

SPECIAL NOTE: SAFPAW will be conducting auction activities for some special one-of-a-kind items during the evening.

Southern Alliance for People and Animal Welfare is a non-profit organization helping the homeless community face the daily challenges of living in poverty with their pets. In addition our pet services help those housed but living at or below the poverty level. SAFPAW also serves as an active Homeless Outreach Organization. The road doesn't seem as long when we're there with you. For information about SAFEPAW, please visit www.safpaw.org.

Tickets are on sale NOW at The Franklin Theatre.Tickets can be purchased online at www.franklintheatre.com or call 615-538-2076.

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