Tanya Tucker holding garage sale in Columbia

Country star Tanya Tucker is hosting a giant garage sale in Columbia to benefit musicians affected by COVID-19. {Photo Provided}

COLUMBIA, Tenn. — Country music legend Tanya Tucker says she’s ready to let go of years of memorabilia … for a good cause.

The Nashville legend launched her career at the tender age of 13 and still performs today. In 2002, she founded Tuckertime Records, which allows her to retain sole control of her music. In June of 2017, Rolling Stone named her one of the Greatest Country Artists of All Time. She regained the spotlight with recent appearance with artists like Brandi Carlili and Shooter Jennings. And we bet she owns some cool stuff.

This week, she announced that she will host a garage sale at her Columbia warehouse to benefit Music Health Alliance and ACM Lifting Lives — two charities devoted to helping musicians affected by COVID-19. The 13,000 square foot warehouse sits at 2484 Park Plus Drive in Columbia …. just a mere 79 miles from Lynchburg. The sale will included jewelry, antiques, furniture, toys, stage outfits, bedding, home decor, and more

Wanna own a piece of country music history? The sale open on Friday at 12 p.m. until 8 p.m. and will continue through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. •

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