Michael Ray

Michael Ray is Pickin’ for a Purpose on May 31st

There’s no better time than summer to spread a little sunshine: Warner Music Nashville will kick off its 9th annual concert series with a Pickin’ for a Purpose event on May 31 featuring Michael Ray and benefiting Wrigley Cares.

Wrigley Cares, named for Ray’s husky/shepherd mix, is a charitable initiative that provides financial and medical support for rescue animals, service pets and more. Over the span of his headlining “Get To You” Tour, Ray has collected more than 100k meals for shelter animals. Guests of all ages are invited to the Pickin’ season launch and are encouraged to bring dog food and supply donations (see wish list here). In the spirit of the event, puppies will be available for adoption and attendees are welcome to bring their own furry friends to join in the fun.

In addition to his rescue efforts and duties as a dog dad, the Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville recording artist is preparing to launch his sophomore album Amos the day after Pickin’ for a Purpose, June 1. The record, which features his Top 15 and climbing single “Get To You,” takes its name from Ray’s grandfather, who inspired his passion for music. Proceeds from albums sold onsite will also benefit Wrigley Cares.

To accommodate the extra features of the special event, Pickin’ will take over the Warner Bros. Studio parking lot at 21 Music Square East. Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. and the show begins at 6:00. Pickin’ for a Purpose is presented by Jägermeister and supported by Dr. Pepper, Lyft, Pop Chips and Topo Chico. Keep an eye out for additional dates of the series to be announced monthly through September.

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