Gibson Gives, the philanthropic arm of Gibson--the iconic American guitar brand--has teamed up with the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF)for the next installment of The Nashville Sessions--a virtual concert series for children's hospital patients across America. The virtual concert will be available at all 11 closed-circuit hospital networks for Seacrest Studios partner hospitals in September.
The Nashville Sessions concert features performances and interviews with multi-platinum selling, recording artist-songwriter and ACM "New Male Artist of the Year" award winner Jimmie Allen, ACM "New Female Artist of the Year" award-winning multi-platinum singer-songwriter Lauren Alaina, and next generation country music star Jillian Jacqueline, on location at the all-new Gibson Garage, which offers music fans theultimate guitar experience--in the heart of downtown Nashville, Music City USA. The artists perform several songs and talk about the inspiring stories behind their music in sit-down interviews. This installment of The Nashville Sessions will also feature a behind-the-scenes tour of the Gibson Garage, with Gibson's President and CEO, James "JC" Curleigh.
Watch and share the trailer for The Nashville Sessions, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7yPbKGmAW0