Next Stop On Country Music Artist Steven Cade's “Giving Guitars Tour” Is Chattanooga Jan. 27

Monday, January 17, 2022
Modern country artist Steven Cade has partnered with Brent Yates, co-founder of Restore Us, to raise awareness of the importance of music by donating guitars to inspire those in need. His “Giving Guitars Tour” visits shelters across the country that offer transitional housing and other services to homeless families. Cade tours the facility, interacts with the residents, donates guitars and does a live performance. 

This month, Mr. Cade will visit shelters in Chattanooga to bring new hope and healing through music for this New Year. Next Thursday, Jan. 27, Mr. Cade will be visiting The Maclellan Family Shelter, 717 East 11th St. at 3 p.m., where he will visit with children and deliver guitars and do a mini-concert. 

“Music changes lives and the guitar is such a powerful tool.
Music is healing and allows you to express your stories and brings joy,” said Mr. Cade. “I give back to homeless shelters because it's part of my story; my family has been homeless as well.” 

For more information visit stevencade.com or if you would like to donate money towards Giving Guitars, go www.stevencade.com/givingguitars.

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