Darrell K Royal Research Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease presents4th & Goal Gala featuring Nashville in concert
Stars from the hit television show Nashville - Charles “Chip” Esten, Jonathan Jackson and Chris Carmack - have sold-out shows all over the U.S. and U.K. and are currently on their farewell tour. Esten, Jackson and Carmack will perform music from the series as well as the artists’ original material. Nashville airs in 225 territories worldwide, has been nominated for several music awards. Since its debut, the show has inspired 22 soundtracks, which have collectively sold more than one million album units and over 5 million single-track downloads to date.
The DKR Fund is a research fund granted solely to Texas-based institutions in efforts to research and learn more about the cause and effects of Alzheimer’s disease. The Fund was created to celebrate the legacy of the late, great University of Texas Football Coach Darrell K Royal. The coveted celebration brings admirers of Coach Royal and friends of the University of Texas institutions together in Austin to raise research dollars for medical research.
The 4th & Goal Gala will benefit UT Austin and UTSW O’Donnell Brain Institute neurological research in the areas of traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's disease, related disorders, and the Edith T. Royal Caregiver Endowment for Family Support and Education. In past years, the Gala has raised over $1M annually for Alzheimer’s research.
Doors: 8:30 PM · Show: 9:00 PM
Esten — who’s now on tour singing songs from Nashville — opened up to PEOPLE about his thoughts on the finale, Britton’s return and what’s next.
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On July 26, the "Nashville" TV series — which brought the actor/musician to Music City in 2012 — will air its final episode.
And one week before that, Esten will play a truly momentous gig. He'll make his 100th appearance on the "Grand Ole Opry" on July 20.