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article imageHalfway to Hazard to host relief telethon for Hurricane Harvey

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 6, 2017 in Music
Country duo Halfway to Hazard is teaming up with a Kentucky CBS news station, in an effort to raise money for the Hurricane Harvey victims.
This Thursday, September 7, Halfway to Hazard is teaming up with Kentucky CBS News Station WYMT-TV for a relief telethon that benefits the victims of the Texas disaster that was caused by Hurricane Harvey. It will include live music from members of the Kentucky Opry, and performances by other Kentucky artists.
Halfway to Hazard will make a live cameo on Kentucky CBS affiliate station WYMT-TV, where they will accept donations on behalf of those that were adversely affected by the flooding in Texas during the hurricane. The telethon will be broadcasted from the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg, Kentucky.
Aside from serving as hosts for this event, Chad Warrix and David Tolliver from the duo will perform several of their signature tunes, and they will also play songs from their latest studio effort, REDemptiOn.
The duo remarked in a press statement that they want to do their part to show Texas that their home state of Kentucky cares about them. They further noted that in these times, it is great to see everybody uniting, and coming together to assist and help their fellow Americans.
Halfway to Hazard are no strangers to philanthropy and helping others. They have raised in excess of one million dollars for Kentucky's charities, and they continue to be involved with fund-raising efforts for causes that are dear to them.
To learn more about the country duo Halfway to Hazard, check out their official homepage.
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