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T.J. MARTELL NASHVILLE HONORS CELEBRATES 11TH ANNUAL GALA
2/26/19

The Nashville Honors Gala, one of The T.J. Martell Foundation’s premier events, pays tribute to outstanding community leaders. Since the event's inception in 2009, it has raised over $4 million for cancer research. Last night at their 11th annual gala, nearly half a million dollars was added in.

This year's honorees were:

Kings of Leon - Spirit of Nashville Award

Alabama - Tony Martell Outstanding Entertainment Achievement Award

Sally Williams - Frances Preston Outstanding Music Industry Achievement Award

Dr. Kathryn Edwards - Medical Research Advancement Award

Sylvia & Al Ganier - Lifetime Humanitarian Award

Special musical performances that celebrated the evening’s honorees were featured by Amy Grant, Brad Paisley, Home Free, Michael McDonald and Old Crow Medicine Show.

Aubrey Harwell, Charlie Daniels, Garth Brooks, Steven Webber, and Apple Music's Zane Lowe also participated in the night's presentations.  

Seen wondering if they scored in the silent auction are: Front row L to R: Honorees Al Ganier, Sylvia Ganier, Sally Williams and Dr. Kathryn EdwardsBack row L to R: Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry, Jeff Cook, Nathan Followill, Matthew Followill, Jared Followill and Caleb Followill

(Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for T.J. Martell Foundation)