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A band from Alabama who heard about the Wilson High School tragedy of losing three students in a car crash have decided to help out the boys families.
The Country music group Sweet Tea Trio is playing at Singin' River Brewery Friday night in Florence. The group is made up of Savannah Coker, Kate Falcon, and Victoria Camp.
The trio heard about the car crash that killed Coby Hines, Braden turner, and Tyler nelson and have decided to donate at least 10% of their ticket sales to the boys families. The trio said they wanted to help the families and community in anyway they could.
"We just feel for the families and we know God has got his hand on them. We just wanted to do that for the families to show them that strangers show love too." said Victoria Camp.
Sweet Tea Trio released their EP last year and has a hit on the radio called Rebel Romance. The talented group has opened up for Kid Rock and the band Alabama.
Tickets are $15 dollars at Singin' River Brewery. The Sweet Tea Trio will hit the stage at 8 p.m.
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