NASH-Car Party at the Wildhorse

NASCAR Comes to Nashville for the Billy Reasons
NASH-Car Party to Benefit the Monroe Carell Jr.
Children's Hospital at the Wildhorse Saloon!

Unprecedented event to take place at the Wildhorse Saloon on July 30th will feature NASCAR drivers, a true Music City jam featuring Billy Reasons, Steve McGranahan – The World’s Strongest Redneck, an exclusive display of NASCAR haulers and Wyler Racing Truck #60

Nashville, TN – The NASCAR Camping World Truck Drivers Association will roll into town on July 30th ready to share the ultimate NASCAR experience with Nashville. The haulers will be parked on 2nd Avenue leading up to a night of good times and good music for a great cause. The fine gentlemen that make it possible for race teams to travel all over the country are ready to give fans a sneak peek at the world of racing from the inside. Tours will be available free of charge from 3 PM to 7 PM to all event ticketholders. Fans without a ticket to the event can take a tour for a small donation. With ticket prices starting at $10 and the music kicking off at 5 PM, this fun-filled evening is sure to entertain fans of all ages.

Headlining the event, Billy Reasons will be kicking his music into overdrive with the launch of his debut single “Crank the Hank,” produced by award winning artist and producer, Teddy Gentry. The upcoming video for “Crank the Hank” will be filmed during this live performance.

Several NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Drivers will visit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt earlier in the day and join Billy at the Wildhorse for an exclusive appearance. A limited number of exclusive VIP packages are available and will include premium seating as well as a VIP Meet & Greet with the artists and drivers including Stacy Compton, David Starr, Timothy Peters and Brian Scott.

Steve Hofstetter will be hosting the event. Steve is one of the few comics who is comfortable doing sports humor. He was the only touring comedian to appear on ESPN's "Quite Frankly.” He's currently the host of the National Lampoon Radio Sports Minute (Or So) and the author of "National Lampoon's Balls!" - National Lampoon's first sports humor book in 30 years. Hofstetter was a two year humor columnist for Sports Illustrated, humor blogger for the NHL, and has written sports humor columns for the New York Times, Maxim, ESPN Mag, and others.

Steve McGranahan - The World’s Strongest Redneck will be joining Billy on stage to support this very worthy cause. A series regular on CMT's "Country Fried Home Videos," McGranahan combines super-human strength and a riotous sense of humor to "make people laugh and encourage them to do more with the gifts that they have."

Billy, the official spokesman for MyHuggy’s Operation Bear Drop, gives his heart and soul to those in need and was delighted with the support that poured in from so many people for this event, “When asked by the Truck Drivers Association to perform for this fundraiser, I was happy to help in any way and was just astounded by the entertainers and drivers that are coming in from all over the country to raise funds for the hospital.” The event will include performances by Deepstep, Brynn Marie, Matt Gary, Courtney Dickinson, Chris Dominic, Brad Lee Schroeder and Jeff Orr.

To raise additional funds for the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, there will be a silent auction at the Wildhorse Saloon featuring NASCAR memorabilia including race used sheet metal and autographed items.

Tickets @ The Wildhorse Saloon online.


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