11.08.13 9:30PM @ - Lied Center Main Stage

Country sensation Brushville will take the Lied Center Main Stage on Friday, Nov. 8 highlighting the star-studded dream 62 Foundation annual fundraiser. Founded by New York Yankees pitcher and Lincoln native Joba Chamberlain, dream 62 promotes overall wellness in the communities “we live in and love in” by supporting a variety of charitable causes from providing sporting equipment, food and clothing to underserved populations to cancer research.

 Brushville has played some of the most notable events in the country music industry including the Country Music Festival, Country Fest and Country Thunder. In 2012, the band competed in and won Battle for the Saddle in the national country music capital, Nashville, TN. Brushville has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in country music including Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Alan Jackson and Brad Paisley. Their debut single “Bar Star” recently became available for download on iTunes.

The dream 62 Foundation is a Lincoln, Neb. charitable organization founded by Joba Chamberlain and his sister Tasha Dahlberg. The primary mission of the foundation is to promote overall wellness in all communities, large or small. Inspired by the siblings’ courage and determination to overcome adversity, the foundation has initiated many programs that make an impact on countless communities.