The 14th Annual Concert 4 The Cure (C4TC) took place on Saturday, September 7 at Westhaven Resident’s Club. It was a packed house for the annual event. All the monies raised at the event goes to pediatric cancer research at Monroe Carell Jr., Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.
Back again for a third year was local band Resurrection – A Journey Tribute. The popular band recently sold-out the Carnton outdoor concert series. They are comprised of Vic White, Ryan Christopher, Steve Sheroan, Ben King, and Jim Handley. The band had their first performance in Franklin at GRAYS on Main in 2014, and it was that night fans were created, a new journey began to what many would say is the best Journey tribute band around.
Opening for the event was Vic and the Spoils along with World Turning Band – A Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band.
See our photos and video below.
About Concert 4 the Cure
Concert 4 the Cure was founded by the Stacey family and has drawn wide support throughout the Middle Tennessee area. Each year, this annual event takes place in the Westhaven Community of Franklin, TN, and presented by the Westhaven Foundation.
Proceeds from the Concert 4 the Cure fund discovery grants at the Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Discovery Grants provide seed funding for cancer researchers to pursue bold ideas in the lab that can lead to breakthrough discoveries in the fight against cancer. Findings from preliminary research supported by these grants are essential to obtain funding from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and other federal agencies that grant millions every year to support cancer research.
Since 2005, Concert 4 the Cure has raised more than $750,000.
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