Branch & Dean Help Raise $85K for Cystic Fibrosis in Nashville
July 9, 2015
Branch and Dean, SSM Nashville’s amazing country duo, have turned their lifelong friendship into one of the greatest acts on the scene today. Their success includes attaining the distinction of having the longest #1 single in the United Kingdom and top 20 success on the U.S. charts.
Branch & Dean tour the country as the National Celebrity Ambassadors of Cystic Fibrosis (CF) telling their story at various fundraisers and events that support the cause. In March of 2013 Steve Branch's, of Branch & Dean, only son, Theron Henry Branch, lost his life to Cystic Fibrosis (CF.) After the loss of Theron, music took on a brand new meaning for Branch & Dean including the composition of their hit, “The Dash.” Many leaders in the fight against CF observe Branch and Dean’s passion to raise awareness about the disease and help patients and families stay strong in their fight.
On Saturday, January 30, 2016, Branch and Dean took the stage at the Loveless Café for the Cystic Fibrosis Nashville Chapter performing before a sell out crowd. The event raised over $85,000 for the Chapter that provides money to medical research to help eradicate the disease and supports families with their heavy medical expenses. Brian Nock, Executive Director of the CF Nashville Chapter said, “Following Branch and Dean’s performance we raised $19, 650 in the Bid for a Cure. Awesome night could not have done it without ya’ll – thanks for making a difference!” Branch and Dean will continue their work across the country, donating their time with multiple shows scheduled in support of Cystic Fibrosis chapters in 2016.
Stay tuned to their website www.BranchandDean.com for more information on how you can help in the fight against Cystic Fibrosis.
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Branch & Dean with auction guitar winner, Brown Thorton