Aaron Tippin / Chris Lane / Cole Swindell / Diamond Rio / LoCash / Michael Ray / Tracy Lawrence / Tyler Farr

2nd Annual 90s Night Benefitting the T.J. Martell Foundation SOLD OUT

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Big Yellow Dog Music’s No. 1 hit singer/songwriter, Adam Sanders organized his friends and the artists that influenced them for a SOLD-OUT hugely successful 2nd Annual 90s Night at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, TN Tuesday night. To celebrate one of the greatest decades in country music, Sanders called on his 90s country music enthusiast friends Cole Swindell, LOCASH, Tyler Farr, Michael Ray and Chris Lane to perform and share with fans the music from the artists that influenced them. The sold-out crowd erupted as each special surprise guest came out throughout the night including Aaron Tippin, Blackhawk, Diamond Rio, Joe Diffie, John Michael Montgomery, Tim Rushlow and Tracy Lawrence.

“90s Night,” co-hosted by Buzz Brainard and Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase (Crook & Chase).

The night’s collaborations included Sanders kicking the night off performing “Chattahoochee” and “What I Need To Do” before he started welcoming the special surprise guests. He introduced one of his musical influences Tracy Lawrence to the stage where they performed “Alibi’s” together.

Chris Lane surprising the crowd with bringing John Michael Montgomery to the stage where the two performed Montgomery’s huge signature hit “Sold.”

Michael Ray welcomed one of his influences Aaron Tippin to the stage to perform together on Tippin’s “Kiss This.”

Tyler Farr collaborated with 90s supergroup Blackhawk performing together on their signature “Every Once In A While.”

LOCASH had TWO surprises with bringing Tim Rushlow of Little Texas to perform “What Might Have Been” and then Joe Diffie stepped out to perform with LOCASH on “John Deere Green.”

Cole Swindell kicked off his set with “Watermelon Crawl” and the Strait classic “Check Yes Or No” before the hugely popular former CMA Vocal Group of the Year Diamond Rio joined him on stage for their 90s classic “Meet In The Middle.”

The night was capped off with all the artists returning to the stage to end the show with a performance of “I Ain’t Never Had Too Much Fun” – as a tribute to their friend and hero – Daryle Singletary who passed away recently.

Proceeds from 2nd Annual “90s NIGHT” will go to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation, music industry’s leading foundation that funds innovative medical research focused on finding treatments and cures for cancer.

The 2nd Annual “90s NIGHT” is the followup to the hugely successful sold-out inaugural “90s Night” held at the historic Exit/In in 2017 and hosted by Storme Warren. The concert event featured Adam Craig, Adam Sanders, Craig Campbell, Dustin Lynch, Lauren Alaina and Michael Ray performing some of their favorite hits of the 90s. Each artist brought out surprise special guests including some of the leading artists to debut in one of the greatest decades in country music including Mark Wills, Martina McBride, Rhett Akins, members of Shenandoah and Gary Chapman.

Adam Sanders, an independent singer/songwriter who grew up listening to and was influenced to pursue this career by the songs and artists in the 90s, has written songs for Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Tyler Farr and more including the signature No. 1 singles “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” for Cole Swindell and “Hell of A Night” for Dustin Lynch and has already burned up the road touring with Cole Swindell, Eric Paslay, CAM and share the stage with the likes of Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch, Easton Corbin, Gary Allan and more.

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