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Thanks to its organizer, Adam Sanders, Nashville’s Marathon Music Works sold out yet another 90s Night Tuesday. The lineup was comprised of Cole Swindell, LOCASH, Tyler Farr, Michael Ray and Chris Lane, but fans were in for some major surprises as special guests were continuously welcomed to the stage. Among those were Joe Diffie, Tracy Lawrence, John Michael Montgomery and Aaron Tippin.
Sanders kickstarted the night with “Chattahoochee” and “What I Need To Do” before bringing Lawrence to the stage. Together the two performed “Alibi’s.”
Lane collaborated with Montgomery on Montgomery’s “Sold” while Michael Ray sang along to “Kiss This” with Tippin himself. Other collaborations included Farr with Blackhawk on “Every Once In A While” and LOCASH with Tim Rushlow of Little Texas on “What Might Have Been” and Diffie on “John Deere Green.”
Swindell took the stage ready to belt some 90s tunes, and his set included “Watermelon Crawl” and the Strait classic “Check Yes Or No.” He was later joined by Diamond Rio for an unforgettable performance of “Meet In The Middle.”
The night was capped off with all the artists returning to the stage to end the show with a performance of “I Ain’t Never Had Too Much Fun” as a tribute to their friend and hero Daryle Singletary, who died recently.
The night’s proceeds will benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation, the music industry’s leading foundation that funds innovative medical research focused on finding treatments and cures for cancer.