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DRAKE WHITE RAISES $25,000 AT FIRST ANNUAL BIG FIRE REVIVAL

DRAKE WHITE RAISES $25,000 AT FIRST ANNUAL BIG FIRE REVIVAL

MCA Nashville singer/songwriter Drake White held his first annual Big Fire Revival in Webster’s Chapel, AL at Foggy Hollow Farm this past Saturday, September 28. White was able to raise $25,000 towards friends Micah and Brandi Harbison adoption efforts.

Truly a community event the festival featured local venders and musicians including The Foggy Hollow Band, Hokes Bluff’s Brooke Danielle Band and Opelika Alabama’s own Adam Hood who was awarded Lonestar Music’s Best Singer-Songwriter, Folk in 2012. Everyone was encouraged to camp for the night on the farm for no additional cost.

White plans to return to Foggy Hollow Farm each year making the fundraiser an annual tradition supporting various local efforts in the Etowah and Calhoun County communities where he grew up.

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