Sixth Annual "Daryle Singletary Keepin’ It Country Jam" Raises $88,597.06

6th annual Daryle Singletary Keepin' It Country Jam

Josh Bleidt, founder of Concerts 4 A Cause, Taylor Stanford, and Ron Allan, Brand Manager of Y'all 106.7, presented a check to Holly Singletary on behalf of the Daryle Singletary Memorial Trust from money raised during the 6th annual Daryle Singletary Keepin' It Country Jam on Feb 13, 2024.

The event, hosted by WKRN's Neil Orne and Bobby Johnson, included performances by Neal McCoy, Tyler Farr, Lee Greenwood, The Malpass Brothers, Andy Griggs, Craig Campbell, Jenna LaMaster, John Morgan, Duke Henry, Robert Bacon, along with a surprise "OOM PAW PA MOW MOW" performance of "Elvira" by Richard Sterban of The Oak Ridge Boys. The event also featured an impromptu performance by Collin Raye, who was in the audience enjoying the concert. The event raised a total of $88,597.06.

"I can't thank all the artists, managers, sponsors, and fans that came out to support what Daryle loved so much - traditional country music," says Holly Singletary. "Each year, it seems that more and more people learn about what we are doing in Daryle's honor and want to help. This can only continue with everyone's support. Next year, we have already set the date for February 11th at the Nashville Palace, so I hope everyone plans to come out!"

About Daryle Singletary:
Daryle Singletary rose to fame in the 90s with a string of successful hardcore country albums. From rural Georgia, where his father was a postmaster, Singletary moved to Nashville in 1990 to pursue a music career full-time. After catching the eye and ear of his musical hero, Randy Travis, Singletary released his debut record, the self-titled Daryle Singletary (1995), which produced four Billboard Hot Country charting singles, including the smash hit "I Let Her Lie," which topped out at No. 2 on the charts. Additional hits included the 1996 single "Too Much Fun" and 1997's "Amen Kind of Love." Other hit albums include 1998's top-20 album, "Ain't It the Truth," and a pair of albums featuring some of Singletary's favorite country songs, "That's Why I Sing This Way" (2002) and "Straight From the Heart" (2009). His last album, 'There's Still A Little Country Left,' was released in 2015. In 2018, Singletary died at age 46 from a blood clot.

About Concerts 4 A Cause:
Founded in 2008 by Louisville, Kentucky, native and artist manager Josh Bleidt saw the opportunity to utilize music and celebrity-driven events to raise awareness and funds for various causes. Throughout its nearly two-decade history, Concerts 4 A Cause has raised well over two million dollars to assist children's hospitals, veterans organizations, flood and tornado relief, music education, first responders, and more.

In April 2023, in a partnership with Nancy Jones, over $82,000 was raised for two police officers wounded in the line duty prior to the Still Playin' Possum: Music and Memories of George Jones concert event. In December 2023, over $110,000 was raised through the promotion in association with The Wounded Blue, a 501c3 org. In February 2024, over $88,000 was raised to benefit the children of late-country singer Daryle Singletary.

Their events have been featured nationally on outlets such as Fox News, CMT, GAC, Honkytonk TV, and RFD-TV, to name a few. For more information on Concerts 4 A Cause, to make a donation, or to be notified of upcoming events, please visit

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