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Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett, and more performing at benefit concert for Nashville school shooting

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Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett, Lady A and Tyler Hubbard are among the artists set to perform at the benefit concert, A Night of Joy Celebrating The Covenant School, at Belmont University’s The Fisher Center on Wednesday, April 12. The show will be hosted by author Annie F. Downs, with all proceeds benefiting The Covenant School.

The event page states: “Nashville musicians and songwriters stand with The Covenant School and Covenant Church for a night of joy, restoration, music, and memory. Join us and add your voice to honor the victims and their families, the church, staff, and the first responders…an extraordinary group of Nashville-based artists have gathered to lend their voices and talents in support.”

The Covenant School, a private Christian school in Nashville, was the site of a mass shooting on March 27 that killed six people: 9-year-old students Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney, and Hallie Scruggs, 60-year-old Head of School Katherine Koonce, 61-year-old substitute teacher Cynthia Peak and 61-year-old custodian Mike Hill.

Tickets to A Night of Joy Celebrating the Covenant School are available to the public for purchase via the venue’s website. Donations can also be made via

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