Outnumber Hunger concert set for Gannett owned properties

Big Machine Label Group, General Mills and Feeding America have teamed up with Gannett Co. to air a free Outnumber Hunger concert on its television and web owned properties.

The concert features Florida Georgia Line, Rascal Flatts, Justin Moore with a special appearance by Motley Crue’s Vince Neil, Thomas Rhett, Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradbery and the Cadillac Three performing during the ACM Party For A Cause concert during the 49th ACM Awards festivities last week in Las Vegas.

The Outnumber Hunger initiative benefits food banks where over 25 million meals have been donated to hungry families through the organization with more on the way.

Country music fans can also help by downloading “Give ‘Em Hope” through iTunes for $1.29 with one hundred percent of the net proceeds to benefit Feeding America. The track features Danielle Bradbery, Vince Gill, Lauren Jenkins, Toby Keith, Martina McBride, Cassadee Pope, Reba McEntire, The Band Perry, The Cadillac Three, Thomas Rhett, and Chris Young.

Participating media outlets airing the Outnumber Hunger concert are listed below. A sneak peak of the concert is below the media outlets listing.

TV broadcasts

  • Atlanta – WXIA
  • Austin, Texas – KVUE
  • Bangor, Maine – WLBZ
  • Boise, Idaho – KTVB
  • Buffalo, N.Y. – WGRZ
  • Charlotte, N.C. – WCNC
  • Cleveland – WKYC
  • Columbia, S.C. – WLTX
  • Dallas/Fort Worth – WFAA
  • Denver – KUSA and KTVD
  • Grand Rapids, Mich. – WZZM
  • Greensboro, N.C. – WFMY
  • Houston – KHOU
  • Jacksonville, Fla. – WTLV and WJXX
  • Knoxville, Tenn. – WBIR
  • Little Rock, Ark. – KTHV
  • Louisville, Ky. – WHAS
  • Macon, Ga. – WMAZ
  • Minneapolis/St. Paul – KARE
  • New Orleans – WWL
  • Norfolk, Va. – WVEC
  • Phoenix – KPNX
  • Portland, Maine – WCSH
  • Portland, Ore. – KGW
  • Sacramento, Calif. – KXTV
  • San Antonio – KENS
  • Seattle – KING
  • Spokane, Wash. – KREM
  • St. Louis – KSDK
  • Tampa/St. Petersburg – WTSP
  • Tucson, Ariz. – KMSB
  • Washington, D.C. – WUSA

Author: Buddy Iahn

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