Tyler Childers Benefit Concert Set to Stream for Free

If you’re hankering for the next best thing to the live music experience, The Healing Appalachia concert from the State Fair of West Virginia in Lewisburg, WV that took place on September 28, 2019, and featured a 90-minute set from Tyler Childers will stream for free on Friday, February 12th at 8 p.m. Eastern.

Captured with professional audio and in multiple camera angles, the sold-out concert also featured musical appearances by reigning Saving Country Music Album of the Year winner Arlo McKinley, along with Jeremy Short, Brian Fallon, and Senora May, whose new album All My Love is set to be released on Valentines Day, Sunday, February 14th.

The 2 1/2-hour concert also features testimonials from folks around Appalachia who are in recovery, as well as Hope in the Hills founders Ian Thornton and Charlie Hatcher, who talk about creating the nonprofit and Healing Appalachia concert to fuel recovery in Appalachia. The video also features Huntington resident Margaret Moore, Ph.D., who helped organize a pilot project in music-themed Forward Facing Trauma Therapy for Hope in the Hills.

In the two years of the Healing Appalachia concert, Hope in the Hills has donated funds to a variety of recovery programs including Recovery Point West Virginia, The Healing Place in Louisville, Kentucky, and music therapy pilot projects in West Virginia, Eastern Kentucky and Nashville.

Though the concert will stream for free, it is a fundraiser for Hope in the Hills, so viewers are asked to drop a few bucks by healingappalachia.org/donate if they have them to give.

You can watch the concert via nugs.tv, or via the embedded player below.

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