Contemporary Christian artists, Sidewalk Prophets and About A Mile will perform May 14 at the Great Smoky Mountains Expo Center for “An Evening of Hope” benefiting the Helen Ross McNabb Center.
Sidewalk Profits’ song, “You Love Me Anyway” spent time at number one on the Billboard Christian Singles chart. The group was nominated by the Gospel Music Association for awards including, Group of the Year, Song of the Year for their hit, “Live like That,” and New Group of the Year in 2010. The band has toured the nation with the Rock and Worship Roadshow with MercyMe, Francesca Battistelli and many other well-known artists. Sidewalk Prophets landed another Dove nomination for Group of the Year in 2011.
All proceeds from the concert will benefit the Helen Ross McNabb Center’s New Hope Recovery services and Youth Emergency Shelter in Morristown. Traditionally, “An Evening of Hope” has allowed the Helen Ross McNabb Center to serve individuals who do not have the resources to pay for care. Providing access to affordable, quality care is top priority and the Helen Ross McNabb Center relies on the community to help provide this service to our neighbors and families.