Jennifer Nettles hits the stage for Band Against Cancer premiering May 28 on AXS TV

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By:   AXS Contributor May 25, 2017

Country music diva Jennifer Nettles takes the stage at the renowned CMA Theater in Nashville, Tenn. to raise funds and awareness for a very important cause. The multiple Grammy Award-winning songstress teamed with cancer specialist Sarah Cannon and Big Machine Label Group to deliver a special concert to support Band Against Cancer which premieres May 28 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT, only on AXS TV.

Sarah Cannon’s Band Against Cancer movement seeks to connect people facing cancer with the help, support and resources they need close to home. Nettles joins an elite list of music artists who have united and raised their voices for the cause including Martina McBrideLittle Big TownCharles Esten, and Brad Paisley.

The exciting hour of song features some of Jennifer Nettles biggest hits including tracks from her most recent Billboard Top 10 studio album, Playing with Fire. She performs fan favorite songs like “Sugar,” “Something More,” “Baby Girl” and many more.

Nettles is a bubbly, seasoned songstress who engages her audience with stellar vocals and her sunny personality. She boasts one of the most powerful female voices on the current country music scene and her penchant for telling relatable, emotional stories in her song catalog keeps her large legion of fans coming back for more.

Nettles is also an avid philanthropist who has supported a variety of charitable causes over the course of her career. As a Band Against Cancer artist ambassador, Nettles is helping the important initiative fulfill its goal to empower communities to fight cancer together. You can catch a sneak peak of Nettles' Band Against Cancer concert in the attached video. 

Visit the Band Against Cancer website for more information about this critical movement.

Tune into “Jennifer Nettles: Band Against Cancer” this Sunday, May 28, at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on AXS TV. Find AXS TV on your TV. Stay tuned to AXS for Jennifer Nettles updates.



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