98.5 KYGO hosted the 2019 St. Jude Jam at The Grizzly Rose in Denver on Thursday night, raising funds for research for pediatric cancer and other diseases.
The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family’s ability to pay. – www.stjude.org
Playing to a sold-out, donation-giving crowd, the Grizzly Rose stage featured short, acoustic sets by Nashville up & comers as well as established artists with recognizable tunes played on radio stations such as Denver’s own 98.5 KYGO.
First up was Tenille Townes, www.tenilletownes.com, from Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, and now based out of Nashville. Townes dazzled the eager, early arrivers with songs such as Jersey On The Wall and Somebody’s Daughter. Townes was supported by Asa Wiggins on drums and Jaxon Hargrove on guitar.
Next up was High Valley, another band from Canada. Featuring brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel, High Valley had fans singing along to songs such as She’s With Me. Check www.highvalleymusic.com for more information.
Jordan Davis, from Louisiana and currently out of Nashville, got the growing crowd warmed up with songs like Singles You Up, Take It From Me, and Slow Dance In The Parking Lot. Follow Jordan Davis at www.jordandavisofficial.com.
Headlining the night was 2011 American Idol winner Scotty McCreery. Playing songs such as Five More Minutes, This Is It, and See You Tonight, McCreery finished off the night. Visit www.scottymccreery.com for more information.
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