Nashville's Music Row returns to the ballpark

After it successful first year, Nashville's Music Row Comes to the Ballpark returned to Ed Smith Stadium this past March. Call it an encore performance or a curtain call. For the second straight year, the event brought together Orioles players, coaches alongside some of Nashville's top singers and songwriters for a night of charity, fun, auctions and, of course, fantastic music.

This year's lineup included Liz Rose, GRAMMY Award and American Country Music Award-winning songwriter; Laura Veltz, GRAMMY nominated co-writer, and one of the top songwriters in Nashville; Jimmy Robbins, award-winning country radio hit songwriter, Ryan Beaver, one of the "10 New Country Artists You Need to Know" according to Rolling Stone; and emerging Nashville writer Margaret Valentine.

Country singer and songwriter, Jenae Cherry, whose husband is Orioles pitcher Brad Brach, also performed her popular song, Orioles anthem "Don't Miss the Magic".

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