Friday, November 24, 2006

Music City News: McGraw Cruises, TK and TT Support Charities

Tim McGraw will be the headlining act on the Carnival Liberty during the Country Cruise Getaway taking place January 28-31, 2007.
Chris Cagle, Blue Collar Comedy tour veteran Bill Engvall, Jypsi, Hot Apple Pie, Jamie O'Neal and Nashville Hitmakers are also slated to appear during the super-liner’s three-day trip to Nassau, Bahamas. In addition to multiple concerts while the ship is at sea, there are a wide variety of popular, onboard activities such as relaxing by the pool, working out in the ship's state-of-the-art gym, indulging in a massage or facial, dining in one of the ship's four restaurants and enjoying the atmosphere in the many bars and lounges. The ship also offers a fun and entertaining Camp Carnival for kids from 2 to 14 years old, as well as a teen program, Club O2, for older kids. This all-inclusive package offers travelers one price that will cover all concerts, accommodations and meals. Reservations and accommodations are on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on this unique fan adventure, go to the official website at or call 888-487-3603.

Trent Tomlinson is partnering with FitzBradshaw Racing to produce the "Tour of Hope", a series of concerts benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
The concerts will take place the evening before the NASCAR Busch Series race in select markets. The first concert was Oct. 12 in Charlotte, N.C., with more to follow in Memphis, Ft. Worth and Homestead, FL.

Toby Keith has teamed up with a charity called Race For Education by submitting two of his race horses for a scholarship program.
Toby has agreed to donate of percentage of a horse’s future earnings to Race For Education, a national education scholarship foundation funded by various parties related to or with an interest in the Thoroughbred racing industry. The two horses Toby put forward are T.K.’s Whiskey Girl and a filly named Our Emblem.

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