Most Good Music: Robert Earl Keen, Lee Ann Womack & Madison King concert for the Salvation Army!



The Salvation Army is proud to announce The Most Good Music, a Texas country-music concert.

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The Most Good Music is an annual benefit concert to help The Salvation Army in its fight against hunger. Last year, nearly one million meals were served at Salvation Army centers across DFW. You can join the fight to feed the hungry in your community.

This year’s concert will be on August 27 at The Bomb Factory in Deep Ellum,with artists including Robert Earl Keen, Lee Ann Womack, and Madison King.

Robert Earl Keen launched his career in 1984 with the release of No Kinda Dancer. The Houston native has recorded 18 albums for both independent and major record labels, while his songs have also been covered by several different artists from the country, folk, and Texas-country music scenes.

Reaching the billboard charts at No. 1, Lee Ann Womack has become a well-respected country artist. Presently, Womack has released six studio albums and two compilations. Four of her studio albums have received a Gold certification or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Madison King is a Dallas native and past contestant of NBC’s “The Voice.” King describes the release of the album Onward & Upward as “a time of growth and dating and getting my heart broken and picking up the pieces and reflecting on what I’ve learned along the way.”

The Most Good Music welcomes families to join us at this charitable event that boasts some talented country music stars. Come enjoy what Deep Ellum has to offer and help The Salvation Army feed the hungry!