Bobby Bones Show – Country Music’s Finest Bring Relief to Tornado Victims
Nashville-based and nationally syndicated country music host Bobby Bones has brought some of country music’s finest together to pitch in and help with Oklahoma Tornado Relief.
After devastating tornadoes tore through the town of Moore, Oklahoma, the Bobby Bones Show couldn’t sit around and just watch the horrific news coverage — so Bobby enlisted the help of his neighbors on Music Row. Bobby asked artists and record labels in Nashville to pour out support the best way they could — by singing and donating autographed guitars or items to auction off to donate to the Red Cross and they didn’t hold back.
Artists that were in town, like Jake Owen, Phil Vassar, Gloriana and Parmalee, stopped by and those that weren’t, made sure to call and promise a signed item to donate.
Our friends from Gloriana were a part of the efforts and performed their song, Carolina Rose, on the show. It is an amazing acoustic tune written by Tom Gossin and one of the highlights of this performance is seeing both Tom and Mike playing their custom Lichty Guitars.