The Warner Music Nashville roster has joined forces to release the digital compilation Nashville Strong. All proceeds from the 21 tracks will be donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund via the Community Foundation following the devastating tornadoes that hit Nashville in early March.
The collection amasses countless tracks by the WMN roster, including Blake Shelton’s “God’s Country,” Brett Eldredge’s “Drunk On Your Love,” Chris Janson’s “Good Vibes” and Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here.” Additional songs that make up the project are current radio singles “I Hope” (Gabby Barrett) and “More Hearts Than Mine” (Ingrid Andress) and popular tracks by Ashley McBryde, Cody Johnson, Devin Dawson, Michael Ray, Morgan Evans and more.
In addition to WMN assisting in tornado relief, it was announced Monday (March 16) that Nashville-based Gibson guitars is also helping Nashville musicians and the community after the tornadoes. Gibson launched a guitar recover program that provides immediate support in giving a guitar to any musician whose instrument was damaged or destroyed by the tornadoes. Over 500 musician inquiries were made last week and with the help of Gibson Gives, musicians were able to pick up their new gear last Thursday.