"Sweet Baby James" Joins Chris Stapleton and Vince Gill for All for the Hall LA

ABC/Fred LeeChris Stapleton and legendary singer/songwriter James Taylor are teaming up with Vince Gill to help raise money for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The three will play this year’s All for the Hall Los Angeles benefit September 27 at L.A.’s The Novo.

The guitar-pull format should make for a lively evening of humor and music, giving the three the chance to trade harmonies and guitar licks on their hits and other impromptu tunes. It won’t be cheap though -- a table for ten will run you $10,000, or a more economical half-table will set you back $5,000. Details on the sale of balcony seats will be released later. The money raised goes to help the Hall’s educational programs.

This isn’t Sweet Baby James' first work with the Hall. He came to Nashville in 2012 to perform “The River” at Garth Brooks’ induction into the institution’s legendary ranks.

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