The 4,428 square foot house, built in 1930, is located in the upscale Green Hills neighborhood and has 15 rooms, a pool, a guest house and a separate two-car garage.
Dierks and his family have already moved to a new home.
She'll donate proceeds from tonight's show at 3rd and Lindsley to the fund. She says, “To encourage and empower women to achieve their goals is why I am supporting outstanding women who want to pursue their dreams in the music industry.”
The show, which was announced last week, sold out in minutes. Joining Miranda tonight are songwriter Natalie Hemby, Clare Dunn and Courtney Cole, all of whom are Belmont grads.
Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews (with his acoustic partner, Tim Reynolds) are all on board as headliners. This year they will be joined by Jack Johnson, Imagine Dragons, Kacey Musgraves, Mavis Staples, Old Crow Medicine Show and more. Tickets go on sale Monday.
Since 1985, Farm Aid has raised more than $48 million to support the survival of family farms.
After announcing the cancellation and postponement of some dates over the weekend, today they cancelled more.
Posted on their social media sites is a statement that says, "It is with deep regret that we must cancel an additional three weeks of shows in August due to doctors orders for Jimi to rest and recuperate his voice. We want to come back on the road to you guys at 110% and this additional time will make sure that happens! Thanks again for all of your support during this time, and for your love, patience, and excitement for us to come back! We can’t wait to see all of you."
With that, it appears the tour will resume August 22nd at the Eastdown Hoedown Festival in Avodale, Canada.