Florida Native Michael Ray Represents His Home State at Country Concert to Help Pulse Shooting Victims

Warner Music NashvilleMichael Ray grew up on the outskirts of Orlando, in the small town of Eustis, Florida. So it only seems natural he should be on the bill for the upcoming concert to help the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting.

“In the wake of this heartbreaking and senseless tragedy, I’m proud to represent my home state," the "Kiss You in the Morning" hitmaker says. “To see my hometown, central Florida and the whole world come together is proof there is way more good in this world than evil. These families will be in need for years and I’m committed to help as long as necessary. Me and these artists stand in unity for love and healing and I’m honored to take part in this event.”

Cole SwindellBilly CurringtonMaddie and TaeParmaleeEaston CorbinTyler FarrCanaan Smith and Jerrod Niemann also are on board for the Tuesday show at Orlando’s CFE Arena. Proceeds go to the OneOrlando Fund, which helps nonprofits who are working with victims and their families.

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