Nashville artists help out on stage and off after tornadoes

KRISTIN M. HALL Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Members of the Grammy-winning string band Old Crow Medicine Show put down their fiddles and banjos and picked up chainsaws last week after deadly tornadoes hit middle Tennessee. "When I am doing this relief work in north Nashville and east Nashville and Donelson, the guys in Old Crow got their chainsaws out," said lead singer Ketch Secor on Monday night, nearly a week after the severe storms. "We love our concerts and our audience, but when this happens in our town, we're out there leading the charge." Nashville musicians banded together both in their community, but also on stage during a benefit concert Monday night called "To Nashville, With Love" featuring a dozen artists playing to raise money for relief efforts. Some of t
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