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The band will perform at Musician’s On Call’s “Month of Music”
at the Hard Rock Café in Nashville

Nashville, TN – There’s nothing like getting the invitation of a lifetime. Atlantic Records newcomers, The Invite can attest to that as they gear up to open for their longtime hero and multi-platinum, award-winning country music star, Trace Adkins on Monday, October 25. The Invite will perform with Adkins at theHard Rock Café in Nashville, Tenn. for the "Month of Music" celebration hosted by Musicians On Call. The band will also perform at 10:00 PM on Tuesday, October 26 at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville.
I'm honored to be a part of this amazing Musicians on Call event. They work miracles every day!” said Johnny Gates, lead singer of The Invite. “It feels like yesterday I was back home watching Trace on TV with my family and now we are sharing the same stage! It’s truly going to be an awesome night for a great cause!
Tickets for the show are currently on sale at and start at $25. VIP packages are also available for purchase.
The Invite is country music’s hottest All-American band with their pop-country sounds combined with their boyish charm. The band consists of Johnny Gates (lead vocals), Jamie Jarbeau (guitar) and Matt Scanlon (drums). The band brings with them an added flavor to country music scene with the up-tempo fan favorites of “Big Screen Kiss” and “Girl and her Guitar.” For more information on The Invite, please visit
Musicians On Call is a nonprofit organization that focuses on bringing live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. The organization’s long-time objective of “delivering the healing power of music,” uses the resource of music to deliver and promote the healing process for patients, families and caregivers. Founded by Michael Solomon and Vivek Tiwary in 1999, Musicians On Call has continued to provide patients with room-to-room performances and one-on-one interactions between them and the musician. For more information on Musicians On Call, please


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