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September 20, 2006

Bon Jovi To Hold Music City Fundraiser


Bon Jovi will be in Nashville Tuesday night.� Bon Jovi has been coming to Music City since the early 1990s because he loves the songwriting community.� He, along with Richie Sambora, will join LeAnn Rimes, Ronnie Dunn from Brooks & Dunn, Randy Owen from Alabama and more at the Ryman Auditorium for a fundraiser.� Tickets cost $40 and all proceeds go to the Second Harvest Food Bank.� The show's organizer, songwriter extraordinaire Craig Wiseman, said there's a good chance that Mr. Nicole Kidman will play as well. Persistent country singer Rodney Atkins has scored his first number one song, about ten years after he got his record deal.� “If You’re Going Through Hell” topped the chart at number one and on Monday night, Atkins held a number one party.� His 4-year-old son Elijah also attended the party. In other news, Hank Williams Jr. faced assault charges in a Memphis court Monday.� Williams is accused of hitting on and eventually choking a 19-year-old waitress.� On Monday, the waitress, Holly Hornbeak, said Hank should be punished.

Posted by riesambo at September 20, 2006 12:05 AM