Amy Ray and Brent Cobb will host this year's "Georgia on My Mind" concert, virtually. Photos: Contributed

Chuck Leavell, Amy Grant, Indigo Girls and more to play ‘Georgia on My Mind’ online concert

A collection of Georgia-connected artists will perform live online for the seventh annual “Gretsch Presents  Georgia On My Mind” concert.

The show, hosted by Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls and musician/songwriter Brent Cobb, will take place at 8 p.m. ET on May 26. 

Participating artists include Chuck Leavell, Amy Grant, Caroline AikenTony ArataJohn BerryKristian Bush's band Dark WaterRutha HarrisJohn Driskell HopkinsIndigo GirlsKalen & AslynKim Michael PoloteKatie PruittThe War & TreatyChanning Wilson, Jontavious WillisAdam Wright and more to be announced.

Initiated by Dallas DavidsonRhett Akins, and Ben Hayslip – aka the Peach Pickers – the annual event benefits the Georgia Music Foundation, a non-profit that supports programs of music education, preservation, and outreach.

The trio turned hosting duties over to Ray and Cobb this year to “keep things fresh.” 

"This is an unprecedented time, where we are united in our isolation and yearning to connect through music. For Brent and I to come together and host a lineup of artists from across the state of Georgia is a huge honor for both of us,” Ray said.

The show, directed by photographer/filmmaker Curtis Wayne Millard, will be streamed on and

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Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.