12th Annual “Music That Touches the Heart” to feature Lee Greenwood and friends

Lee-Fadil photos 084 resized (2)BrightStone’s 12th Annual “Music That Touches the Heart” benefit will be held Wednesday, April 16, 2014 in Liberty Hall at the Factory in Franklin.  BrightStone is thrilled to announce that Lee Greenwood and friends will be the entertainment for the evening. “Music That Touches the Heart” is a yearly benefit that features outstanding performers in an intimate setting.  Funds raised from the evening support BrightStone’s adults who live each day with developmental disabilities.  “BrightStone has been so blessed in previous years by the incredible support from our community, student families, and friends of BrightStone,” stated Brenda Hauk, BrightStone Executive Director.  “We are very excited that Lee Greenwood and his friends will bring another magical night to benefit BrightStone.”  Lee Greenwood has won numerous industry awards including Male Vocalist of the Year for the Academy of Country Music, two Male Vocalist of the Year awards from the Country Music Association, and a Grammy for Top Male Vocal Performance.  He is best known for his song “God Bless the U.S.A.” which has been voted the most recognizable patriotic song in America.  Greenwood is also the author of “Does God Still Bless the USA.”  Tickets for “Music That Touches the Heart” are $125 per person; tables of eight can be purchased for $1,000.  Patron tables are available for $2,500 and Sponsor tables are available for $5,000.  The evening will include dinner, an evening of music featuring Lee Greenwood and friends and a silent auction.  Reservations can be made online here , by phone  (615) 790-4888, and through the mail (P.O. Box 682966, Franklin, TN  37068).  Seats and tables are limited and can be purchased through April 8, 2014.  
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