• “Rocket Boys” New You are able to Occasions #1 best-selling author and Coalwood native Homer Hickam
• Beckley resident Cody Wickline from Season Eight of “The Voice” that has spent a few days previously week like a ton relief volunteer
The “Rebuild West Virginia” telethon for ton relief will air across the country on tv and r / c over the USA and stream online tonight, This summer 1 from 7 to 9 p.m. Proceeds goes straight to Red Mix relief efforts across all impacted areas of West Virginia, that was devastated by historic flooding June 23-24.
• Telethon co-host Billy Ray Cyrus, country celebrity who spent a long time leading the “house band” at Huntington’s Ragtime Lounge. Cyrus presently stars within the new CMT series “Still The King.”
• John Fogerty pianist/solo artist Bob Malone, that has composed an authentic song for ton relief known as “The River Gives”
• Kenova native and contemporary Christian artist Michael W. Cruz
• David DeLuise (The Wizards of Waverly Place)
• Princeton resident Dreama “Mrs. Gilligan” Colorado, wife recently Gilligan’s Island star Bob Colorado
• Actress Markie Publish (Night Court, The Autumn Guy)
• Lewisburg resident and former National basketball association great Bimbo Coles
• Mountain Stage national radio host Ray Groce
West Virginia Public Television will carry the telethon live from 7 to 9p.m., adopted with a repeat from the broadcast from 9 to 11. The live stream is going to be transported on a large number of web outlets all over the world, including CNN.com.
• Jazz performer and actress Renee Olstead (Still Standing, The Key Existence from the American Teen)
• Actor Chad Lindberg (The Short and also the Furious, October Sky)
• Charleston native and character actor Bobby Ray Shafer (Work)
Television and r / c across West Virginia transporting the Rebuild West Virginia Telethon can give the broadcast 100 % total coverage inside the Mountain Condition. The broadcast will result from the galleries of WVVA TV in Bluefield.
• Legendary “Hollywood Squares” host Peter Marshall, who increased in Wheeling and Huntington
• Rock ‘n roll Hall of Fame member and Slab Fork native Bill Withers (Rely On Me, Lovely Day, Use Me, Just Us)
• Charleston band The Carpenter Bugs, brought by West Virginia Music Hall of Fame director Michael Lipton
The telethon will air statewide across West Virginia, including every area directly impacted by the flooding, with the help of free airline Virginia Broadcasters Association.
• Telethon co-host and Princeton native Kevin Sizemore (Fear The Walking Dead: Flight 462, NCIS, Resurrection, Underneath The Dome, Rizzoli &lifier Isles)
• Leonard Coleman and Blunt, the previous lead performers of legendary groups the Lure, Platters, and Drifters
• Actress and Wheeling native Joyce DeWitt (Jesse from “Three’s Company”)
• Country celebrity Kaira Paisley, who spent Thursday touring the condition and ending up in citizens impacted by the flooding
• Actress and Charleston native Jennifer Garner (13 Happening 30, Daredevil, Gem Harbor, Catch Me If You’re Able To, Draft Day, Dallas Purchasers Club)
The Friday telethon is going to be adopted with a free live performance Sunday in Charleston headlined by West Virginia resident and America’s Got Talent champion Landau Eugene Murphy Junior., who’s donating all of the profits within the month of This summer from his new song “Come The Place To Find West Virginia” to ton relief efforts.
Rebuild West Virginia telethon viewers is going to be asked to make donations straight to ton relief efforts at world wide web.rebuildwestvirginia.com by texting the term “WVFLOODS” to 90999 to create a $10 donation or by calling (877) 273-0511 to help using the effort.
An incomplete and growing listing of celebs from movies, television, sports and entertainment who’re showing up around the Rebuild West Virginia telethon either live or via recording machine include:
• Landau Eugene Murphy Junior., whose new song “Come The Place To Find West Virginia” has developed in the Top Ten around the iTunes Jazz music chart now
• Major league pitching sensation, personality and Charleston native John Kruk
• Mike Estes, formerly of Lynyrd Skynyrd and today leader of Southern rock supergroup Skinny Molly