Leslie Jordan tribute deliberate in Nashville to characteristic dozens of celebrities

Celebrities similar to Eddie Vedder, Maren Morris, Brittney Spencer, Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik will collect to have a good time the lifetime of homeland Chattanoogan Leslie Jordan, who died Oct. 24 in Los Angeles.

Jordan was once raised in Chattanooga, the place he attended Brainerd Top College and later the College of Tennessee at Chattanooga, the place he found out the theater.

“Reportin’ For Responsibility: A Tribute To Leslie Jordan,” will happen on Feb. 19 at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. The night time will characteristic an intimate number of performances and on-stage storytelling, with insights into a few of Jordan’s lasting courses of a existence neatly lived.

All proceeds from the development will receive advantages the EB Analysis Partnership, the biggest international group devoted to investment analysis to regard and remedy epidermolysis bullosa.

Tickets will pass on sale at 10 a.m. CST on Friday, with pre-sale on at 10 a.m. CST on Thursday.

Performers will come with Vedder, Morris, Brothers Osborne, Spencer, Billy Strings, Lukas Nelson, Jake Wesley Rogers, Ashley McBryde, Fancy Hagood, Jelly Roll, Danny Myrick and Travis Howard, along with particular appearances by way of Parsons, Anthony Mason, Bialik, Cheyenne Jackson, Max Greenfield, Margaret Cho, Robyn Schall, Leanne Morgan and extra.

The home band will characteristic an excellent staff of avid gamers (together with 3 ACM Instrumentalist of the 12 months winners), who all carried out on Jordan’s 2021 debut album “Corporate’s Comin'”.

Friends and family of Jordan’s held a equivalent tournament in Chattanooga on Nov. 20 at Memorial Auditorium.

Jordan was once an actor, comic, creator and singer whose roles integrated the Emmy Award-winning portrayal of Beverley Leslie on “Will & Grace,” in addition to a number of characters within the American Horror Tale franchise, and maximum just lately starring in Fox’s “Name Me Kat.”

– Compiled by way of Barry Courter

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