One of Kenny Chesney’s guitars was rescued from his house during the flooding that occurred in Middle Tennessee back in May. The guitar has been cleaned up and put up for a charity auction being held by NASH2O.
The auction ends TODAY at 6:30 PM/CST. This is not just a simple autographed Kenny Chesney guitar, but its an instrument that was personally owned by Chesney and in his home during the flood. This piece has probably been played by Chesney himself several times.
For more details on the guitar, including pictures, please click HERE.
NASH2O is a charitable initiative to raise money from the damaged instruments, equipment, and other items and services to benefit musicians in the greater Nashville music community, many of whom were uninsured for flooding, with a portion also going to greater Nashville fire and rescue departments in need of equipment. Net proceeds will be distributed to three entities: the MusiCares Nashville Flood Relief Fund which benefits music industry professionals, the Nashville Musicians Association Flood Relief Fund which benefits musicians, and to the Fireman’s Fund National Philanthropic Program for grants to Nashville fire and rescue departments.