Tyler ChildersJason Isbell, and Sierra Ferrell are just some of the artists set to appear at the Hello From The Hills benefit concert in Nashville next month. Set for January 7th at City Winery, the event is a collaboration between the late John Prine‘s The Hello In There Foundation and Childers’ Hope In The Hills.

Also set to appear at Hello From The Hills are Amythyst Kia, Arlo McKinley, Kelsey Waldon, Buffalo Wabs and the Price Hill Hustle, William Matheny, Tommy Prine, Tré Burt, and Darrin Hacquard. Several of the artists are signed to Prine’s Oh Boy Records, another co-sponsor of the event.

In addition to an all-star gathering of country and folk musicians, Hello From The Hills will spotlight four local charities. Hello In There and Hope In The Hills will both award $10,000 grants to two charities of their choice. Prine’s Hello In There has chosen Healing Housing, which provides housing to women in middle Tennessee healing from addiction, and Raphah Institute, which addresses systematic societal harm “by using restorative practices in felony juvenile court cases.”

“Everyone in the Prine and Oh Boy Records family has long admired the incredible work that Healing Appalachia and Hope in the Hills have supported,” the Hello in There Foundation’s Jody Whelan said. “We’re really excited to partner with them for this event; the organizations we’re granting have such important missions, and the show is going to be a lot of fun!”

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Childers’ Hope In The Hills, which has raised millions through Childers’ annual Healing Appalachia concerts, has selected the Keith Dixon Foundation and Recovery Community Inc. The Keith Dixon Foundation seeks to connect people struggling with addiction in Tennessee with education, opportunities, and resources that would otherwise be unavailable to them. Recovery Community Inc provides safe and affordable housing to men and women in Nashville with alcohol and drug dependency issues.

“It has long been our vision to expand our reach to assist Nashville-based organizations who are working incredibly hard to make recovery accessible to all,” Hope in the Hills’ Tracey Levine said. “This is an exciting time for Hope In the Hills and this event will be the first of many!”

Tickets for Hello From The Hills on January 7th at City Winery in Nashville go on sale on Friday at 12 p.m. CT.