A month and a half after Jeff Carson’s death, fellow country music artists and friends got together to pay tribute to the fallen officer and country music singer. Michael Ray, Tracy Lawrence, John Berry, Lee Greenwood, Ricochet, Wade Hayes, Ty Herndon, Rhett Akins, Craig Campbell, Halfway to Hazard, T. Graham Brown, Danielle Peck and War Hippies all participated in the special May 10, 2022 benefit that took place at the 700-seat capacity Nashville Palace. The results were that not only was a good time had by all but over $82,000 was raised to support his fellow officers through the 501(c)(3) non-profit (LEAP) Law Enforcement Assistance Partnership.
MICHAEL RAY, LEE GREENWOOD, MARK WILLS, TY HERNDON, WADE HAYES, RHETT AKINS, RICOCHET, CRAIG CAMPBELL SET TO PERFORM AT ‘A MUSIC MEMORIAL FOR JEFF CARSON’ ON MAY 10, 2022 AT THE NASHVILLE PALACE
Michael Ray, Lee Greenwood, Mark Wills, Ty Herndon, Wade Hayes, Rhett Akins, Ricochet, Craig Campbell, and more are set to join together at “A Music Memorial For Jeff Carson” to honor the country music hitmaker and Academy of Country Music award-winner. They will take the stage at The Nashville Palace in remembrance of their dear friend on Tuesday, May 10 at 7 PM to share, celebrate and honor their times with Carson through the years. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 15 at 10 am (CT) and are $50 for reserved seating and $40 for general admission.
After a successful career in country music, including several chart-topping songs, Officer Jeff Carson joined the Franklin Police Department on May 27, 2008. During his tenure with the FPD, Carson earned six commendations, a Chief’s Award for Excellence, and was recently promoted to Police Officer-2
Jeff’s loss is widely felt, across several communities: country music, law enforcement, and the entire Franklin, Williamson County community, which he proudly served and protected for the last 14 years.
Country music hitmaker and Academy of Country Music award-winner Jeff Carson died of a heart attack at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee at the age of 58. Fellow artists and friends mourn the loss of their friend and share memories of a true mentor, Jeff Carson…
Country music hitmaker and Academy of Country Music award-winner Jeff Carson died of a heart attack at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee at the age of 58.
Lee Greenwood, a Grammy award winner, CMA award winner, ACM award winner and has achieved over twenty top 10 singles, was celebrated on Tuesday night October 12, 2021, at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, for his forty years of hits in the music industry. Stars from multiple genres of music came out to honor America’s well-known patriot Lee Greenwood ranging from non-country hitmakers Gavin DeGraw, Debby Boone, Sam Moore, Michael W. Smith, Scott Stapp (of Creed) to today’s hot country hitmakers Lee Brice, Michael Ray, Jamey Johnson, Dustin Lynch to country legends The Oak Ridge Boys, Crystal Gayle, The Gatlin Brothers, Janie Fricke, and more!
Country music hitmaker Jeff Carson and MCC/Curb Records take us back in time with the re-release of the 2003 duet with Lisa Brokop titled, “God Save The World.” The nearly 20-year-old inspiring song takes center stage as a single once again, proving its timeless lyrics are just as powerful today as they ever were. “God Save The World” recently earned its well-deserved spot as MC1 Nashville’s top 35 Music Row single. That release drew the attention of Mike Curb to rekindle a new partnership with Carson, re-releasing the original recording with Brokop.
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Country music standout Jeff Carson will be hosting Country Classics during the weeks of September 28 and October 5, presented by Springer Mountain Farms Chicken, Cracker Barrel and filmed at The Willie Nelson Museum in Nashville. Carson shares some of his favorite videos and Country Classics can be seen on Circle TV, The Family Channel, Heartland, Country TV, and more Wednesday, September 30 on Heartland and again throughout the week. Check your local listings for details.
Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Member Mac Davis has passed away at age 78. Some of his most legendary hits as an artist include, “Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me,” “Naughty Girl,” “Texas In My Rear View Mirror,” and “Hooked On Music.” As a songwriter, Davis penned hits for artists such as Nancy Sinatra, Elvis Presley, B.J. Thomas, Bobby Goldsboro, Vicki Carr, Perry Como, and many more. While living in California, Davis began acting, appearing in The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard In Hollywood, Murder She Wrote, Where The Red Fern Grows, Beer For My Horses, and more. Davis was not only a poetic prodigy, but a friend to many in the music and entertainment industry.