Bits And Pieces: Lady A, Sheryl Crow & More!

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Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, Kid Rock, Travis Denning, Devin Dawson, Blanco Brown, Cassadee Pope, Gavin DeGraw, Sam Palladio, Sarah Darling, and Whitney Duncan were among those who jumped in and took part in a telethon on Thursday (March 5th) night in Nashville to answer phones and help raise money for the victims of last week's devastating tornadoes. The final donation tally was $385,000.

Sheryl Crow, Ashley McBryde, Brothers Osborne, Brandi Carlile, Dan Auerbach, Jason Isbell, and Margo Price are among the Nashville-based artists set to perform at the To Nashville, With Love benefit taking place tonight (Monday, March 9th) at Marathon Music Works in Music City. All proceeds will benefit the To Nashville, With Love Fund for those affected by the recent tornadoes. To purchase tickets or donate, visit tonashvillewithlove.org.

Dan + Shay were presented with a plaque honoring their platinum chart-topping hit, "10,000 Hours," at a party following the second of their two sold-out shows at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Saturday (March 7th). The duo's Dan + Shay (The Arena) Tour kicked off on Friday (March 6th) and wrapped up its first weekend last night (Sunday, March 8th) with another sold-out show in Columbus, OH.

Lindsay Ell has released the video for her latest single “I Don’t Love You." She said, “You know how there are different stages of grief? This is the first stage. You’re still in denial, figuring out the reality of falling out of love with someone, and that it’s okay to miss things about them. It takes strength to be honest with yourself about feeling that.” Lindsay is up for New Female Artist of the Year, while she and Brantley Gilbert are nominated for Music Event of the Year for their chart-topping duet, “What Happens In A Small Town,” at next month's ACM Awards.

Maddie & Tae have also released a new music video, this one for their album cut, “Bathroom Floor.” The clip debuted on Friday (March 6th) on CMT and on Viacom’s Times Square billboard. The song is featured on the duo’s upcoming sophomore album, The Way It Feels, due out on April 10th.