STORME WARREN AND MONTGOMERY GENTRY TEAM UP WITH MUSIC CITY INDIAN FOR WARREN PEACE MOTORCYCLE RIDE AND PARKING LOT PARTY
Proceeds benefiting the T.J. Martell Foundation
Storme Warren and Montgomery Gentry will team up with Music City Indian Motorcycle for the inaugural Warren Peace Motorcycle Ride and Parking Lot Party on June 10. Cali Rodi, Chelsea Bain and Wages will kick off the day on stage at Music City Indian Motorcycle. The ride will start at Music City Indian Motorcycle and end at 3rd & Lindsley with a parking lot party hosted by Storme Warren and featuring performances by Montgomery Gentry, Halfway To Hazard, Ray Scott, Shelly Fairchild, James Otto, The Warren Brothers, Scooter Brown Band and Cheyenne Goss. The event will benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation, an organization that funds innovative leukemia, cancer and AIDS research.
The event is open to riders and non-riders, with tickets starting at $35. Purchase tickets here. Every participant will receive a t-shirt, lunch provided by Jim ‘N Nicks and access to the parking lot party at 3rd & Lindsley. VIP passes are available that include access to the Montgomery Gentry Fan Club Party with an exclusive performance, meet and greet opportunities and more.
“I can’t wait to bring this inaugural event to Music City Indian and to Nashville along with my friends Storme Warren and Montgomery Gentry,” says Ricky Kelley, owner of Music City Indian Motorcycle. “It’s going to be a beautiful ride through Nashville to raise money for an organization close to my heart, The T.J. Martell Foundation. We hope the Warren Peace Ride will grow and become a Nashville tradition for many years to come.”
About Montgomery Gentry:
With 20 plus charted singles, the Kentucky-born duo has earned CMA, ACM, and GRAMMY awards and nominations with undeniable blue collar anthems like “Hell Yeah,” “My Town,” and “Hillbilly Shoes”. They’ve notched five No. 1 singles (“If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “Something To Be Proud Of,” “Lucky Man,” “Back When I Knew It All” and “Roll With Me”), were inducted as Grand Ole Opry members in 2009 and were inducted into the KY Music Hall of Fame in 2015. For more about Montgomery Gentry, visit www.montgomerygentry.com, engage with Troy and Eddie on Facebook, @mgunderground on twitter, and check out their YouTube channel.
About Storme Warren:
Storme Warren is celebrating his 33rd year in broadcasting in 2017. You can hear him daily on SiriusXM Satellite Radio on “The Highway” as it’s morning show host. A 24-year veteran of the Nashville music industry, Storme is also known as the “Dick Clark” of country music and can be found hosting numerous high profile events in Music City and around the globe including Nashville’s annual “Let Freedom Sing” Independence Day party and “The Bash on Broadway” New Years Eve celebrations. Music festivals all over North America, the Caribbean and Australia also recruit his talents as a live event emcee. Behind the scenes Storme runs Stone Beaver Productions, a full-service video production company. His television credits as host and contributing talent include TNN, CNN, GAC & CMC. As a producer, Warren has created numerous live and recorded television concert events, DVDs and specials. A proud member of the Nashville community, Storme serves on the board of directors for the T.J. Martell Foundation for cancer research. He is also a proud Eagle Scout. He and his wife Allison have two teenage boys and live in Franklin, Tennessee.
About the T.J. Martell Foundation:
The T.J. Martell Foundation is a national organization founded by the music industry, whose mission is to fund innovative leukemia, cancer and AIDS research at flagship hospitals in the United States including the Frances Williams Preston Laboratories at the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. To learn more about the T.J. Martell Foundation please visit www.tjmartell.org.