NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Many Florida Keys evacuees performed at a benefit concert in a Nashville bar to raise money for those effected by Hurricane Irma.
Several Florida musicians and performers were still stuck in Music City days after Irma hit the Keys, but they made the the best of it Tuesday night.
The musicians formed a new non-profit group "Evacuees of the Keys" and held the benefit concert at Tin Roof on Demonbreun.
The organization is providing housing and recovery information to others through its Facebook page.
Many of them still weren't sure if they have a home to go back to, but said they were going to remain positive.