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30th MACC/Bluegrass Classic Bluegrass Festival July 16 - 19, 2014

The MACCThe 30th Annual Musicians Against Childhood Cancer (MACC)/Bluegrass Classic Music Festival at Hoover Y-Park, Columbus, Ohio takes place July 16 - 19, 2014. Proceeds from this festival will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Since the year 2000, MACC and you have donated $755,690.00 to St. Jude and the Y.M.C.A., helping children around the world. This year will be the 15th Year for Musicians Against Childhood Cancer.

Musicians Against Childhood Cancer July 16-19

Flatt Lonesome MACCThe 30th Annual Musicians Against Childhood Cancer (MACC) Bluegrass Classic will be held at Hoover Y-Park, Columbus, Ohio. The dates for the music festival are July 16 - 19, 2014. Proceeds from this festival will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Since the year 2000, MACC and you have donated $755,690.00 to St. Jude and the Y.M.C.A., helping children around the world. This year will be the 15th Year for Musicians Against Childhood Cancer. Adkins Productions and The Bluegrass Classic with the help of many musicians have founded Musicians Against Childhood Cancer, an annual charitable event to benefit children with life threatening illnesses.

'Life Goes On' by Musicians Against Childhood Cancer

Musicians Against Childhood CancerRural Rhythm Records is proud to announce the new single, "Life Goes On" by the Musicians Against Childhood CancerĀ®. The title track surely speaks to the heart and soul and gives us a glimpse of the all-star power contained on this exciting new 2 CD Set releasing March 27, 2012. This beautiful song was written by Dale Pyatt and Steve Thomas and includes lead vocals by Jerry Salley, Carl Jackson, Rickey Wasson, Larry Cordle, and Ronnie Bowman. It was recently released on the label's Fresh Cuts & Key tracks radio compilation CD and is now available at AirplayDirect.com

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