Country artist Ronnie Dunn is well known for his music, but on Monday, it was just about dunn and who he plans to help.
Dunn has signed on to do the annual Holiday Bash fundraiser again that benefits local organizations like the united way and the glasgow boys and girls club.
"I never thought about doing anything like that. It was the smoothest sales job I've ever been hit with. Next thing I knew I had both buses up here and a truck full of guys and we're doing the show," said Ronnie Dunn.
"You could tell by the way he was talking even before and then after that it's in his heart. Now, I think it brings it a little closer and it hits home. He is phenomenal. It's just thrilling to have him here and he's just a great gentleman," said Glasgow Boys & Girls Club Executive Director Kelly Lile-Jenkins.
Today, Dunn stopped in at Commonwealth Broadcasting in downtown Glasgow to talk about holiday bash.
"Just the event alone and what it does and the amount of people he touches here in town, around this area, everywhere," said Dunn.
He then got a chance to tour the Glasgow Boys & Girls Club and talk to some of the kids there.
"They're the best ones to ask about Boys & Girls Club, but he was asking some great questions. He was really interested in what we do and how we do what we do and how many we serve. It was really neat to walk around and give him an idea of what we do at the club," said Lile-Jenkins.
The club is one of the many organizations, holiday bash is designed to help.
Dunn is performing a benefit concert in November, and holiday bash will be later on this year closer to Christmas.