The Carrie Underwood t-shirt every country fan must own

Carrie Underwood’s message is simple, but it’s not exclusively hers. Hundreds of celebrities donned the new St. Jude #MusicGives t-shirt to show how easy it is to help save a child’s life.

This week, Taste of Country, The Boot and more than a dozen Townsquare Media radio stations will take over, encouraging listeners and readers to become a partner of hope. On February 2 and 3, we will devote much of our coverage and attention to St. Jude, as we have for the past eight years. It’s a simple, low-cost commitment to be part of the solution, month after month after month…

…and you get one of those nice T-shirts, which is a nice bonus.

Dozens of country stars (Lady A, Maren Morris, Kane Brown and Brett Eldredge among them) put on their shirts to let their fans know that as country music fans, that’s what we do. The annual Country Cares campaign for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital raised $800 million in 2019. That’s nearly $1 billion to make sure no family ever gets a bill from St. . Jude. Food, housing, travel, treatment – it’s all free, because founder Danny Thomas understood that parents should focus 100% of their attention on improving their child.

While the childhood cancer survival rate has quadrupled to 80% in 60 years, one in five children still does not survive. So the doctors and researchers at St. Jude continue to work, with enthusiastic advocates like Scotty McCreery, Gabby Barrett and Chris Janson ready to spread the message.

The Love Music, Stop Cancer campaign also needs your help, so this year we’re going to ask you directly. Press the button below and for $19 a month, you’ll be part of the rescue force that makes St. Jude Campus a place of hope. Shirt after shirt, the effort adds up. You’ve helped us raise over $13.2 million in eight years, and this year has the potential to break records.

Click to become a St. Jude in Hope Partner

Country stars wear St. Jude’s ‘Love Music, Stop Cancer’ t-shirts

Kane Brown, Gabby Barrett, Carrie Underwood and more stars show off their ‘Love Music, Stop Cancer’ shirts in support of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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Country artists in St. Jude over the years:

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