The First and the Worst

One-of-a-kind evening to take place
March 1, 2016 at Nashville’s City Winery

Tickets on sale now

Music City will celebrate “The First And The Worst” from its talented creative community when Jessi Alexander (“I Drive Your Truck,” “Mine Would Be You,” “The Climb”), Bobby Braddock (“He Stopped Loving Her Today,” “Time Marches On,” “People Are Crazy”), Lee Brice (“I Don’t Dance,” “More Than A Memory,” “Crazy Girl”) Chris Stapleton (“Never Wanted Nothing More,” “Drink A Beer,” “Crash And Burn”), along with special guest Sandy Knox (“Does He Love You”), perform the first and the worst songs they have ever written, as well as their biggest hit songs, all to benefit Music Health Alliance. “The First And The Worst,” now in its second year, will take place March 1, 2016 from Nashville’s City Winery, with tables and individual tickets, starting at only $25, on sale now. Purchase Floor Seats at http://bit.ly/1QKIsTz and Mezzanine Seats at http://bit.ly/1WXHk3K.

“I’m excited for ‘The First And The Worst’ to return again this year,” said Music Health Alliance Founder and 2015 Nashville Healthcare Hero, Tatum Hauck Allsep. “It’s a fun event for the fans and the music industry loves it too! Everyone comes out to cheer and jeer their fellow musicians, all while supporting Music Health Alliance’s advocacy work on behalf of their peers.”

“The First And The Worst” – an evening of really bad songs by really good writers – will showcase songwriters Alexander, Braddock, Brice and Stapleton as they divulge their the stories and the songs that led to their biggest hits. Hosted by esteemed journalist and music historian, Peter Cooper, this unique event allows the audience to peek inside the brilliant minds of hit songwriters long before they had ever written a chart-topper or had songs recorded by superstar artists, all for a worthy cause. More acts are expected to announce at a later date.

Proceeds from “The First And The Worst” ticket sales will benefit Music Health Alliance, the music industry’s non-profit healthcare advocate. Tables can be purchased by contacting Shelia Shipley Biddy with Music Health Alliance. In addition, a silent auction will be held at the March 1 “The First And The Worst” event with items from country’s top stars and area businesses. Funds raised will help Music Health Alliance Protect, Direct & Connect music industry professionals with medical and financial solutions.

The First And The Worst

About Music Health Alliance
Music Health Alliance is music’s resource for healthcare.
The mission of Music Health Alliance is to heal the music by providing access to healthcare through services that PROTECT, DIRECT & CONNECT music industry professionals with medical and financial solutions.  Music Health Alliance provides compassionate and patient-driven healthcare support with a vision of long-term prevention of illness and overall wellness from the beginning to the end of life for all genres of music across the nation.  In the last 3 years Music Health Alliance has secured over $10 million dollars in life-changing healthcare resources and enabled access to doctors, medicine, health insurance and financial assistance for 2,000 music industry entrepreneurs and professionals to heal the music. To learn more or donate to Music Health Alliance, visit http://www.musichealthalliance.com/and engage on FacebookTwitter and YouTube.