Gary Allan steps up to help family scammed by fake Jason Aldean friend

Gary Allan benefit concert

Now this is why I love me some Gary Allan!

Earlier this month, I told you about the jerk, 30-year-old Kyle Nunn, who pretended to have connections to Jason Aldean so that he could steal a bunch of money from the family of a little 3-year-old girl with cancer as well as a local bar. 

Now comes word that Gary Allan has stepped up to help. 

Baxter’s 942, the Louisville bar that was also conned out of money by Nunn, has teamed up with the local country station Q-103.1 to bring Gary Allan to town to help raise money for little Addie Roberts

On March 25, Gary will play an intimate acoustic concert at Baxter’s 942 with 100 percent of the money raised, including ticket sales, going to Addie. Only 250 tickets will be made available with prices starting at $10.31. The radio station will announce on Monday how fans can get tickets. 

Baxter’s 942 will be hosting another benefit concert featuring the band Cover Me Badd on March 7.

You can read more about Addie on Facebook

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  1. This is a wonderful thing that Gary is doing. He is one of the greatest Country Music artist I have listened to. He really deserves to win every Country Music Awards there is. I would rate him right up there with George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Allan Jackson and George Strait!

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