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Sep 13

Laura Bell Bundy & Bobby Bones Will “Two Step” for Haiti

Laura Bell Bundy & Bobby Bones Will "Two Step" for Haiti

Laura Bell Bundy photo courtesy of BMLG.

Laura Bell Bundy will join Bobby Bones, host of the nationally syndicated Bobby Bones Show, for a 24-hour two-step dance marathon fundraiser for 30 Abes, a charity created to feed orphans in Haiti. On Wednesday, September 18 beginning at 7 a.m. Central, The Bobby Bones Show crew and Laura Bell will hit the dance floor at aVenue in Nashville to attempt to line dance for 24 hours straight while listening to Laura Bell’s “Two Step” on continuous play.

“It’s wonderful to have an opportunity to give back with ‘Two Step,’” Laura Bell said. “Dancing for donations! We are going to have a lot of fun in the process – and probably some lower back pain!”

“I’m a terrible dancer, but I love raising money for good causes!” Bobby said. “I can’t wait to get my ‘Two Step’ on!”

Listeners and fans can watch “Two Step for 30 Abes” via live stream on www.BobbyBones.com, where they can also support the cause via texting or online donations. Those who live in Nashville can attend the event and even join in on the dancing.

Bobby and his band The Raging Idiots will play a concert fundraiser for 30 Abes in Wichita, featuring Laura Bell as a special guest, on September 13. Laura Bell will perform her own set, in addition to joining The Raging Idiots for a few songs. She also performed with the band for a 30 Abes fundraiser in Nashville last month, which raised 6,000 meals for Haitian orphans.

For more information, visit www.BobbyBones.com or www.30Abes.com.

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Posted at 10:28 am, September 13, 2013 | Permalink

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