Come Hell or High Water: T. Graham Brown is helping Kentucky flood victims with new campaign

Strong rains hit rural Kentucky again overnight. So far, the state reports at least 37 people have died, and Governor Andy Beshear says hundreds are still unaccounted for. More than 13,000 people are without power and in the most hard-hit parts of the state, cell phone service is limited.

During this time of tragedy, folks impacted by this severe flood need all the help they can get. That is why country crooner T. Graham Brown set up a #KentuckyStrong Nashville campaign.

He spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about why he chose to do it in Nashville, why the cause is so important to him, and how people can get involved.

If you want to participate in Graham’s #KentuckyStrong campaign, click HERE.


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