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Country star Chuck Wicks returned to his hometown in Deleware last week to play a concert that raised $25,000 for charity.

The star performed the benefit concert to support the Smyrna-Clayton Boys & Girls Club and has vowed to make the concert a yearly event.

“I’m going back to the community that raised me,” he said. “As long as people want to come out I’ll keep coming back.”

The Stealin’ Cinderella singer is also set to continue his charitable ways by appearing at a benefit concert in Brentwood, Tennessee, on February 16, alongside his girlfriend, Julianne Hough. The concert will raise money for the Ravenwood High School Band.

VIP tickets are $75 and include seats on the stage or front two rows as well as a VIP reception where you will be able to meet the artists. General admission tickets are available for $45 and $35. Tickets and more info are available here.

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