A great day for a great cause as Derek Murray and Lee University students sponsored a fund raiser, Hucks For Heroes, to help the victims of the July 2015 Chattanooga shootings. Clark Beckham, American Idol finalist, headlined the evening with a great show. With his percussionist and bass player at his side, Clark belted out some great covers along with some awesome jazz licks.
It was a great Sunday at AT&T Field in Chattanooga as onlookers in attendance watched the finale of the Hucks For Heroes fund raiser, organized by Derek Murray to cover medical costs for the victims of the July shootings. The event featured Lee University students as they broke the Guinness World Record time for the longest non-stop Frisbee throwing (90 hours). The evening was topped off with Smith & Wesley, and American Idol finalist Clark Beckham in performance. Sgt. Dennis Pedigo, one of the shooting victims, was in attendance to support the Hucks For Heroes event.