Nashville music artist Dustin Lynch was recently the host of a benefit event in honor of the famed Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (CMHOF) in Nashville on April 10, 2014. The event was a David Yurman Jewelry in-store event and the turnout for this benefit was a popular event.
Lynch, who is known for his #2 hit of 'Cowboys and Angels' in 2012, then later that year 'She Cranks My Tractor', was signed to Broken Bow records after moving to Nashville from Tullahoma, Tennessee in 2003. He received nominations at the American Country Awards (ACA's) in 2012 for 'Single of the Year: New Artist' for his song 'Cowboys and Angels', and was likewise nominated for the 'Music Video of the Year: New Artist' at the same time. He then was nominated in 2013 in the CMT Music Awards for 'Breakthrough Video of the Year' . also for 'Cowboys and Angels'.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been the recipient of several other benefits in recent years, one of which is the popular 'All For The Hall' musical event which is held each year by several of the well-known popular country music artists in the Nashville area.
We've checked and found a website by Keith Urban 'We're All For The Hall May 6, 2014 ~ Keith Urban' where you can check out that benefit and get tickets to see all of the performers for 'All For The Hall'. More about that as the date gets closer.