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Proceeds To Assist Huckabee, Larry’s Country Diner Announcer and Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame Member Keith Bilbrey’s Family Rebuild From Devastating House Fire

To Make A Donation, Visit gofundme.com/f/bilbreyrebuild

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The country music community is coming together in support of one of their own with the announcement of Coming Home: Rebuilding the Bilbreys Live Stream on Thursday, July 15 at 7:30 pm CT on Country Road TV from TBN’s Huckabee studio. All proceeds raised will go to assist Keith Bilbrey, Larry’s Country Diner, Huckabee announcer and Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame member, and wife Emy Joe Bilbrey rebuild their lives after the devastating fire that destroyed their home on June 23 in Williamson County, Tennessee. Hosted by Governor Mike Huckabee and Larry’s Country Diner’s Larry Black, Coming Home: Rebuilding the Bilbreys will feature artists from every era in country music such as Lee Greenwood, T.G. Sheppard, Kelly Lang, Johnny Lee, Mark Wills, Jeannie Seely, Bill Anderson, The Isaacs, Chonda Pierce, Moe Bandy, Gene Watson, Deborah Allen, The Gatlins: Larry, Steve & Rudy, and John Berry just to name a few. Coming Home: Rebuilding the Bilbrey’s is being made possible by Country Road TV, Huckabee, Larry’s Country Diner, Gus Arrendale and Springer Mountain Farms Fresh Chicken.

To make a donation, please visit HERE. https://www.gofundme.com/f/bilbreyrebuild?utm_source=2911+Media+Alert&utm_campaign=a27ef0e8e8-2020-12-08_LeeGreenwood_tribute_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_6ce95af186-a27ef0e8e8-55269941

To watch Coming Home: Rebuilding the Bilbreys visit www.countryroadtv.com

“Keith Bilbrey has countless friends and no enemies,†shares Governor Mike Huckabee. “He’s been a friend, colleague, and confidant to the biggest names in entertainment as well as to the folks who swept the floors and opened the doors of the fabled Grand Ole Opry where he served as announcer for 35 years. When the historic home in which he and his beloved Emy Joe lived burned to the ground, the common question among those who love him has been “What can we do to help Keith?†That was the genesis of ‘Coming Home: Rebuilding The Bilbreys’ on July 15 to bring together artists, musicians, songwriters, producers, promoters, and all the support people of the entertainment world of Nashville to extend their encouragement and this financial support as they get back on their feet. The response has been tremendous and we hope that the combined love of Nashville will surround Keith and Emy Joe with encouragement and needed resources. “When I started looking for an announcer for Larry’s Country Diner, I needed someone that could react quickly, intelligently and that knew the history of country music,†shares Larry Black. “Keith Bilbrey was all of those things; we could not have asked for a better co-host. As a matter of fact, it could just as easily be named Keith’s Kafé instead of Larry’s Country Diner.â€

About Keith Bilbrey: Keith Bilbrey is the announcer for Trinity Broadcast Network’s Huckabee and RFD-TV’s Larry’s Country Diner. He is a member of the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame and a former radio personality on WSM and world-famous Grand Ole Opry, where he also hosted TNN’s Grand Ole Opry Live. Born in Cookeville, Tennessee, Bilbrey went to work at WHUB at the age of 16 and remained there for 6 years. He then began working at WSM as a substitute disc jockey and worked his way to full time, where he eventually became one of the most recognizable voices in country music broadcasting.