Throughout her long and illustrious career, Tanya Tucker has made giving back a top priority. Just recently, the legendary country music outlaw generously donated her massive collection of stage outfits and home décor to benefit the Music Health Alliance and the Academy of Country Music Lifting Lives. “I thought, why shouldn’t I just do this thing and contribute?”, said Tanya. “Because I know so many people are having a hard time. It’s a perfect scenario to do it, to unload some of these things that are just weighing me down.”
Another cause Tanya feels passionately about is horse and animal rescue, especially the great work being done by Redemption Road Rescue in Jackson, TN. Working side-by-side with local authorities on animal cruelty cases and seizures, their ultimate goal is to rescue horses until rescue is no longer needed.
For the release of her latest album Live From The Troubadour, Tanya and Fantasy team-up to support L.A.’s legendary nightclub in this time of need, donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this album directly to The Troubadour, including 100% of the revenue generated by the custom Hatch Show Print Live From The Troubadour poster, available at Tanya’s online store, HERE. “For me, being on the road since I was a kid and knowing these legendary venues like the Troubadour aren’t bringing in a dime right now without performances, it just makes sense to give back,” said Tanya. The Troubadour is a member of NIVA: National Independent Venue Association. Formed at the onset of the COVID-19 shutdown, NIVA now represents more than 2,600 members in all 50 states and D.C. These independent venues and promoters were the first to close and will be the last to fully reopen. NIVA’s mission is to preserve and nurture the ecosystem of independent live music venues, promoters and festivals throughout the US. To learn more and find out how you can help, please go to www.saveourstages.com. #saveourstages.