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St. Jude Children's Research Hospital became the center of the country music world January 13–15, when more than 800 country music artists, music industry executives and radio station personnel gathered in Memphis, Tennessee, to tour and visit the hospital as part of the 22nd annual Country Cares for St. Jude Kids® seminar.
This November country music legends The Judds will kick off The Judds: The Last Encore, an 18-city tour that will serve as the final bow to the duo's extraordinary career. The tour will also serve as a platform to honor the ongoing relationship between St. Jude and The Judds, with 15 percent of the sales from exclusive VIP and Fan packages donated to the hospital.
Forty of country music's hottest stars including Carrie Underwood, Jewel, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steve Azar, Danny Gokey, Little Big Town, Darryl Worley, Joe Nichols joined Country Music Hall-of-Famer Randy Owen to bring bright smiles and warm words to the patients of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on January 15.
Country music artists Kellie Pickler, Chris Young, Clay Walker, Pat Green, Mark Wills, Andy Griggs, Sarah Buxton and Randy Owen of the GRAMMY® Award-winning group ALABAMA visited St. Jude January 12 - 13 for the annual Radio Training Seminar.
Carrie Underwood, winner of the 2005 contest, had just arrived at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital to begin her first tour of the hospital when she found herself beside Randy Owen, lead singer of the group ALABAMA.
The award-winning country music group Lonestar made some spare time for one of its favorite charities and rolled out a bowling party at the Hermitage Lanes in Nashville, Tennessee, on June 5.
Some of the top names in bluegrass music have come together for their love of music and desire to end childhood cancer to create a new double CD-set to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
You can help Lonestar kick off the Country Music Association Festival by attending their bowling party at the Hermitage Lanes in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday night, June 5. Tickets are $25 each.
The ushering in of a new year brings with it the feeling of a new beginning and new hope. The children and families of St. Jude also feel that renewal. And nothing could reinforce that more than the annual Radio Training Seminar.
Some of the country music industry's biggest stars are placing their prized possessions on the auction block in an effort to raise money for St. Jude.
On October 4, 2005, representatives from Clear Channel Communications visited St. Jude to see firsthand the work that goes on every day at St. Jude.
After a year of friendly and creative fund raising among music fans, Country Fans Care for St. Jude KidsTM wrapped up in June by raising $123,000 for the life-saving work of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
For Tammy Lee, on-air personality for WWQM-FM in Madison, Wisconsin, going bald isn't necessarily a bad thing. In fact, she decided baring her head would be a good idea for St. Jude fund raising.
The 2005 radiothon season is in its busiest time of year, and dozens of Country Cares for St. Jude Kids® and Promesa y Esperanza partner stations are already celebrating exciting results.
Trick Pony was just one of many country artists that got--and gave--hugs on Jan. 14 during the Country Cares for St. Jude Kids Training Seminar.
Country singer/songwriter John Rich received the first-ever Randy Owen Angels Among Us Award during the annual songwriter's dinner at the Country Cares for St. Jude Kids radio seminar in Memphis this weekend.
After touring St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and seeing first-hand the work the hospital does, many often say how they wish everybody could come to St. Jude and see what they have seen. James O'Hara tries to do just that.
The Country Fans Care for St. Jude Kids program kicked off in June at the International Fan Club Organization Fun Fest and continues to grow.
The six remaining contestants from the television show Nashville Star took a break from the competition to visit families at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on April 8.
Representatives from more than 200 country music radio stations will join some of country music's biggest names Jan. 15-17 to celebrate the 15th year of Country Cares for St. Jude Kids at the program's annual radio training seminar.
A large number of popular country music artists are stepping up to support St. Jude through a unique fund-raising auction. The online auction will coincide with the 2003 Academy of Country Music Awards and will feature ...
Country station KFRG in Riverside, Calif., had another great year, raising $354,000 for the Country Cares for St. Jude Kids program.