The McCrary Sisters have announced the full lineup for "A McCrary Kind of Christmas," their 14th annual holiday celebration and benefit concert.
The event will be held on Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. at Riverside Revival in Nashville and will feature performances by The McCrary Sisters, Emmylou Harris, Margo Price, Buddy Miller, Kyla Jade, Etta and Bob Britt, Tammy and Steve Crawford, Travis Logan Unity Choir, BIZZ, Danny and Mabel Flowers, Gayle Mays, Dwight Ross, Wil, Will Barrow, Dave Pomeroy and more.
For over 14 years, The McCrary Sisters have given back to their community by hosting and organizing the annual Christmas concert that benefits the important work of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and local families in need who have experienced tragedy, loss and need a helping hand.
Tickets are on sale now here and donations can be made here. The event will also be live streamed by Veeps, a streaming service that allows access to concerts around the world with artists at iconic venues.
"The program, the benefit, is a God-sent show that we've been doing for 14 years," says Regina McCrary. "Around the holidays, people get depressed and lonely. Sometimes they feel like they are by themselves. This is The McCrary Sisters' way of reassuring people that they're never alone. We are about helping people and making sure that people know we care and this is our ministry. This is what God has called us to do."
Ann McCrary continues, "St. Jude, to me, is one of the most spectacular hospitals in the world. Because if you have children, and they become ill, it is bad enough to be concerned about them and praying that they're gonna be alright. But at St. Jude, you don't have to worry about the bills. That's what touches my heart, because the bills will kill you. Without worrying about the condition of your child, those bills will take you down. And not having to worry about a place to stay, or anything like that, that is just wonderful to me."
"We never know a situation until it knocks at your home, knocks at your own door," adds Freda McCrary. "It's an honor to be able to help who we can at this time or any time during the year. We do almost four benefits each year, but this is the greatest of them all."