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Thompson Square Part Of 4th Annual Motorcycle Ride And Benefit Concert

MULTI-PLATINUM, 2X Grammy nominees Thompson Square hit the road (and the stage) with Music City Indian Motorcycle for the 4TH ANNUAL ROLLIN’ FOR A REASON on Sunday (10/21), making it a fun-filled day of twists, turns and tunes. With over 100-plus riders, this year's event was the largest to date, raising over $12,000 for the USO of Nashville.

Led by the duo’s Keifer and Shawna Thompson, the event began with a beautiful cruise through the Middle Tennessee countryside, and ended with a star-studded concert at Nashville’s Natchez Hills Winery at Fontanel. The duo were joined onstage by special guests including Chelsea Bain (“Why Don't You”), Jerrod Niemann (“Lover, Lover,” “Drink to That All Night”), and Brett Warren of the hit songwriting duo, The Warren Brothers (Tim McGraw’s “If You’re Reading This,” Jason Aldean’s “Lights Come On” and Blake Shelton’s “Every Time I Hear That Song,” among others), with a brand new Indian Chief Classic motorcycle being raffled off to a lucky fan. 


“I can't believe the 4th Annual Rollin’ For A Reason is in the books,” exclaimed Keifer. “Shawna and I really look forward to this event every year and can't thank our friends Jerrod Niemann, Brett Warren and Chelsea Bain enough for coming out and playing. We're also incredibly grateful to Music City Indian Motorcycle for all their hard work in putting this great ride together. And of course we couldn't do it without all of the riders that came out in support of the USO of Nashville. Y'all helped make this our biggest and best ride yet. See you next year!”   

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