Scotty McCreery, Charles Kelley, Kristian Bush & More to Perform on “Singing for Their Supper” TV Special

Scotty McCreery, Charles Kelley, Kristian Bush & More to Perform on “Singing for Their Supper” TV Special

Scotty McCreery, Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley, Kristian Bush and more will perform during the Singing for Their Supper TV special on April 18. The one-hour telethon, which will air via Gray Television in more than 40 markets beginning at 7 p.m. ET, was created to raise money for local food banks by asking viewers to make donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additional performers include Ken Block and Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel, Edwin McCain, Patrick Davis, Josh Kelley, Joe Stevenson, Shawn Mullins, Chris Barron of the Spin Doctors, and Glen Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket.

Singing for their Supper TV Markets (check local listing)

  1. WRDW/WAGT – Augusta, Ga
  2. WIS – Columbia, SC
  3. WCSC – Charleston, SC
  4. WTOC – Savannah, GA
  5. WALB – Albany, GA
  6. WTVM – Columbus, GA
  7. WWSB – Sarasota/Tampa, FLA
  8. WCJB – Gainesville, FLA
  9. WJHG – Panama City, FLA
  10. WCTV – Tallahassee,FLA
  11. WRGX – Dothan, AL
  12. WITN – Greenville/Washington/New Bern, NC
  13. WECT – Wilmington, NC
  14. WBTV – Charlotte, NC
  15. WAGM/WWPI – Presque Isle, Maine
  16. WABI – Bangor, Maine
  17. WNDU – South Bend, IndianaWKYT – Lexington, Kentucky
  18. WVLT – Knoxville, Tennessee
  19. WMBF – Myrtle Beach, SC
  20. WYMT – Hazard, Kentucky
  21. KEVN – Rapid City, South Dakota
  22. WTAP – Parkersburg, West Virginia
  23. WXIX – Cincinnati, Ohio
  24. WLUC – Marquette, Michigan
  25. KSFY – Sioux Falls, South Dakota
  26. WFIE – Evansville, Indiana
  27. WWNY – Watertown, NY
  28. KGNB – Honolulu, Hawaii
  29. KOLO – Reno, Nevada
  30. WBKO – Bowling Green, Kentucky
  31. WWBT – Richmond, VA
  32. WSAW – Wausau, Wisconsin
  33. KWQC – Davenport, Iowa
  34. WDBJ – Roanoke, VA
  35. WSAZ – Huntington, WV
  36. WDTV – Clarksburg, VW
  37. WIBW – Topeka, Kansas
  38. KKTV – Colorado Spring, CO
  39. KSWO – Lawton, OK/Wichita Falls, TX
  40. WBRC – Birmingham, Alabama
  41. WMC – Memphis, TN
  42. KAIT – Jonesboro, Arkansas
  43. KFVS – Cape Girardeau, Missouri
  44. KKCO – Grand Junction, CO
  45. WMTV – Madison, Wisconsin
  46. KY3 – Springfield, Missouri

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