On Tuesday, March 19, 2013, Southern Gospel favorite artists Booth Brothers, The Bowlings, Collingsworth Family, Dailey & Vincent, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, Gold City, The Hoppers, The Isaacs, Jason Crabb, Karen Peck & New River, Mark Lowry, Oak Ridge Boys, and The Perrys will gather to perform at the concert titled ‘We Need Each Other’ to benefit Tracy Stuffle. The evening will hosted by Jason Crabb and Joseph Habedank.
Artists will donate their time and talent to benefit medical expenses of Tracy Stuffle, bass singer of southern gospel group The Perrys, who according to The Perry’s Facebook post, posted on January 22, 2013, had a stroke from bleeding. Since then, Stuffle’s wife Libbi spent days and nights with her husband in hospital praying for healing and complete recovery of Stuffle. Libbi, who sets a great example of loving wife and faithful believer also keeps fans and friends of the group daily updated on the progress of Tracy Stuffle through group’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Perrys/141953479202640. .
Many fans and friends joined Libbi in prayers and continue to encourage her through social networks.
Benefit concert for Tracy Stuffle of The Perrys will be held at Christ Church Nashville, TN with the door open at 5pm. The actual event starts at 6pm.
Those who are unable to attend the event and would like to participate with their donation can do so at Tracy Stuffle official benefit website at http://www.tracystufflebenefit.com/donations.html.
More information about the event and tickets can be found at http://www.tracystufflebenefit.com.