Zac Brown Band, Rodney Crowell, More Play 'Mountain Tough' Benefit For Tennessee Fire Recovery The all-day concert begins at 10 a.m. ET Saturday. The event will benefit recovery efforts after the recent wildfires in Gatlinburg.

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Mountain Tough: A Benefit Concert For Tennessee Fire Recovery

Watch live Saturday as Americana musicians of all stripes gather to support the recovery effort after wildfires that ravaged eastern Tennessee in recent weeks. The "Mountain Tough" benefit concert will raise funds and awareness for recovery, with donations going to the Sevier County Community Fund.

"Mountain Tough" begins at 10 a.m. ET and is expected to last all day, with performances by the Zac Brown Band, Rodney Crowell, Sarah Potenza, Jim Lauderdale, Sam Bush, The Secret Sisters and more. Hear the full show live on NPR Member station WMOT Roots Radio or watch here via VuHaus.

Set Times

All times are approximate and subject to change.

10:10 a.m. Greg Reish

10:30 a.m. Bill Mize

10:55 a.m. Chelle Rose

11:30 a.m. Carl Anderson

12:00 p.m. RB Morris

12:30 p.m. Firewater Junction

1:05 p.m. Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley

1:35 p.m. Scott Miller

2:20 p.m. The Secret Sisters

2:50 p.m. Sarah Potenza

3:25 p.m. Jim Lauderdale

4:00 p.m. Mo Pitney

4:30 p.m. Chuck Mead & His Grassy Knoll Boys

5:05 p.m. Derek St. Holmes

6:00 p.m. Jason D. Williams

6:55 p.m. Sam Bush

7:50 p.m. Zac Brown & Friends

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