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05/08/2016 at 11:13pm

SOLD OUT Country Music Legends & Songwriters Double Header for TMF


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Tug McGraw Foundation to Host Double-Header Events
Evening in the Songwriters Round at the Listening Room Café, June 6th &5th Annual Celebrity Sporting Clay Pro-Am at Nashville Gun Club, June 7th

With over $425,000 raised over the last four years, both events benefit The Tug McGraw Foundation (TMF) and its work to improve quality of life for ournation’s wounded, ill and injured service members and civilians living with brain-related trauma and tumors.

Yountville, CA – May 9, 2016 – The Tug McGraw Foundation (TMF), a national nonprofit that raises awareness, supports programs, and drives research to build greater understanding for brain-related trauma and disease, today announced double-header fundraising events to sponsor research and programming to improve quality of life for children and adults with brain tumors, our nation’s service members, veterans, and others suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

"I love what the TMF does as an organization,” said country music artist Craig Campbell. “I have been honored to participate each year at the Pro-Am and pumped to be included on the evening Songwriting show. Taking care of our military once they return is very important and the TMF does that better than any other organization.”

On Monday, June 6, 2016 the TMF will host An Evening in the Songwriters Round, emceed by writer, producer and Great American Country host, and SiriusXM radio host, Storme Warren at the Listening Room Café in Nashville, Tennessee.

Several of Nashville’s leading singers/songwriters will then share the stage and trade off playing their original songs. The 2016 round includes: Jamie O'Neal, Keith Anderson, Craig Wiseman, Marv Green, Tom Douglas, and Craig Campbell. Keith Anderson, Craig Wiseman, Tom Douglas, and Craig Campbell.


Seating is limited and tickets for this event willgo fast, so make reservations early. Tickets and sponsorships are available.  Reservations can be made online at http://www.tugmcgrawproam.org, or by phone (707) 947-7124.

The 5th Annual Tug McGraw Foundation Celebrity Sporting Clay Pro-Am will be held on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 at the Nashville Gun Club. Sponsored by Tarver Land Development and course sponsor First Data, the event will feature an exciting array of celebrities from the music, sports, and professional sporting clay communities, all vying for a chance to be crowned champions.

An all-star lineup of celebrities will participate including Tim McGraw, country music legend, Tanya Tucker, Mike Fisher of the NHL Nashville Predators, Andy Ross, Craig Campbell, Preston Brust and Chris Lucas of the LoCash Cowboys, Brooke Eden, Craig Morgan, Eric Paslay, Granger Smith, Keith Anderson, Mark Collie, Mark Wills, Darryl Worley, Ty Herndon, Jamie Lynne Spears, and Headline Country host Storme Warren.


“I have the honor and privilege to support many great charity events, however the Tug McGraw Pro-Am is the highlight of my year,” said event title sponsor Robby Tarver, owner of Tarver Land Development. “Tarver Land is proud to be a repeat sponsor and partner of the continued journey for treatment of cognitive brain disease. This event is unique and brings a diverse group of people together for a great cause!”

The exclusive star-studded event is a sporting clay shooting competition between 20 teams consisting of four shooters, a pro, and a celebrity. There will be great food and a post event awards cocktail reception. For more information about becoming a sponsor of the event, please visit http://www.tugmcgrawproam.org. Follow us on Twitter @tugmcgraw, and #tugmcgrawproam.

About the Tug McGraw Foundation The Tug McGraw Foundation (TMF) was established by Tug McGraw in 2003 to raise funds to enhance the quality of life of children and adults with brain tumors and their families by stimulating and facilitating research that addresses the physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual impact of the disease. Recognizing that other areas of brain research - such as traumatic brain injury and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - inform the science surrounding brain cancer, TMF has widened its scope to include a broader spectrum of the neuroscience to support advances in medical care and quality of life for our nation’s battle-wounded, ill and injured service members. www.tugmcgraw.org

Media Contact:Tara L. Biller,