Mountain Tough Tennessee Fire Benefit to be Streamed Online


The country and roots community continues to rally behind the people of east Tennessee’s Sevier County affected by recent wildfires that displaced some 1,300 families and caused significant damage in the town of Gatlinburg. On Saturday, 12-17, Music City Roots, Yee-Haw Brewing Co., and Ole Smoky Moonshine are presenting a benefit for the fire victims called Mountain Tough that will include performances by Jim Lauderdale, Mo Pitney, The Secret Sisters, Chelle Rose, Sam Bush, Chuck Mead, Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley, and headliners the Zac Brown Band.

The benefit will be broadcasting from downtown Gatlinburg via WMOT / Roots Radio, 89.5 FM in middle Tennessee, as well as other local radio stations in the area, including WIVK, Knoxville’s WDVX, Nashville public radio station WPLN, University of Tennessee stations KUTK and WUOT and Chattanooga’s WUTC. NPR’s World Café will also stream the event that is being produced and served by Music City Roots of Nashville. The event will begin at 10:00 a.m. Eastern, and run all the way until nearly 9:00 p.m. Eastern.

Donations benefit the Sevier County Community Fund.

Stream the Mountain Tough Benefit


welcome/intros 10:00a
Greg Reish 10:15-10:35a
Bill Mize 10:40-11:00a
Chelle Rose 11:05-11:30a
interviews-sponsors-donations 11:35-11:45a
Carl Anderson 11:45a-12:05p
RB Morris 12:10-12:35p
Firewater Junction 12:40-1:00p
interviews-sponsors-donations 1:00-1:10p
Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley 1:10-1:35p
Scott Miller 1:40-2:10p
interviews-sponsors-donations 2:10-2:20p
The Secret Sisters 2:20-2:45p
Sarah Potenza 2:50-3:20p
Jim Lauderdale 3:25-3:50p
interviews-sponsors-donations 3:50-4:00p
Mo Pitney 4:00-4:25p
Chuck Mead & His Grassy Knoll Boys 4:30-5:00p
Derek St. Holmes 5:05-5:50p
interviews-sponsors-donations 5:50-6:00p
Jason D. Williams 6:00-6:45p
interviews-sponsors-donations 6:45-6:55p
Sam Bush 6:55-7:40p
interviews-sponsors-donations 7:40-7:50p
Zac Brown Band 7:50-8:50p



© 2024 Saving Country Music