Brice, Rich, Guyton join concert celebrating LGBTQ community
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Brice, Rich, Guyton join concert celebrating LGBTQ community

Thursday, May 16, 2019 – Lee Brice, Tyler Rich and Mickey Guyton will join the list of performers for the 2019 Concert for Love & Acceptance in Nashville on June 6.

Anita Cochran will return as performer and musical director.

The show features a coalition of artists and celebrities appearing and performing to accelerate acceptance for LGBTQ people.

The artists join previously announced include Daughtry, who will be performing a special acoustic set at the Concert for Love & Acceptance.

Singer Rita Wilson will also be performing songs from her album "Halfway to Home." The fifth annual concert will take place during the legendary CMA Fest and will be hosted by Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning artist Ty Herndon and CMT's Cody Alan. Herndon, who co-founded the concert alongside GLAAD in 2015, will also perform.

"Each year, the Concert for Love & Acceptance continues to promote inclusivity and acceptance in the country music world. It's so important, now more than ever, for us to come together to show our support for the LGBTQ community and this slate of top-tier performers are leading the way" said Zeke Stokes, Chief Programs Officer at GLAAD and Executive Producer of the 2019 Concert for Love & Acceptance.


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