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Sturgill Simpson to perform live stream concert Friday

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I would very much like to offer immense thanks to all my fans for contributing to the DDSS quarantine charity drive. With your unbelievable generosity we raised over $250,000 for Musicares COVID-19 Relief, Equity Alliance Nashville Tornado Relief, and the Special Forces Foundation benefiting severely wounded operators fighting the global war on terrorism and the families of those who did not return. As a show of my appreciation for your efforts I will be performing a one hour live stream concert as promised THIS FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 5TH @ 7pm Central Time live from the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee joined by some very special friends on stage to round out the sound •••Stuart Duncan (fiddle) / Mike Bub (bass) / Sierra Hull (mandolin) / Scott Vestal (banjo) / Mark Howard (guitar) / Miles Miller (the best snare and brushes you ever heard) ----------------------- We will be streaming live on the following platforms: -NUGS.TV @nugsnet -TWITCH - handle @sturgillsimpson -YOUTUBE (Sturgill Simpson channel) ----------------------- We will also be selling an exclusive show poster and a brand new "Thirsty Sturg" t-shirt at www.sturgillsimpson.com in efforts to raise further funds during the stream. Once again, thank you very much to all who contributed. Sturgill #sturgillsimpson #surviveandthrive #ddss A post shared by Sturg️iLL (@sturgillsimpson) on

June 4 (UPI) -- Sturgill Simpson will perform a live stream concert as a show of gratitude to fans who donated to his recent fundraiser.

The country music singer said Wednesday on Instagram that he will perform a free virtual show Friday at 8 p.m. EDT from Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

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Musicians Stuart Duncan, Mike Bub, Sierra Hull, Scott Vestal, Mark Howard and Miles Miller will join Simpson for the 1-hour show.

Recently, Simpson helped raise $250,000 for the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund, Equity Alliance Nashville Tornado Relief and the Special Forces Foundation.

"As a show of appreciation for your efforts I will be performing a one hour live stream concert as promised THIS FRIDAY EVENING," Simpson said Wednesday.

Fans can watch the show on nugs.tv, and Simpson's Twitch account and YouTube channel.

Simpson tested positive for coronavirus in April but has since recovered.

Simpson released his fourth studio album, Sound & Fury, in September. The album features the single "Sing Along."

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