Credit: Timothy WhiteJames Taylor is one of the artists who will perform as part of the lineup of the latest All for the Hall benefit concert, which raises money for Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The singer/songwriter will join country stars Vince Gill and Chris Stapleton at the show, which will take place September 27 at the Los Angeles venue The Novo.

As with previous All for the Hall events, the upcoming L.A. concert will feature the artists uniting for an informal, guitar-pull style performance, where they’ll decide what songs they’ll play on the spur of the moment and accompany each other on the various tunes.

VIP tickets are available now: A table for 10 will run you $10,000, or a more economical half-table will set you back $5,000. Details on the sale of more affordable balcony seats will be released later. The money raised goes to help the Country Music Hall of Fame’s educational programs.

This won’t be the first time that Taylor taken part in a Country Hall-related event. In 2012, he went to Nashville to perform “The River” at Garth Brooks‘ induction into the institution’s legendary ranks.

Taylor is continuing to promote his 2015 album, Before This World, on a U.S. tour that winds down with a sold-out August 3 concert at Boston’s Fenway Park. That show also will feature special guest Jackson Browne.

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