Dancing With The Nashville Stars


Meet Gregg McDermott, M Street's rockstar Director of Operations and dancer extraordinaire.

At the beginning of the month, Gregg competed in the 2017 Dancing With The Nashville Stars, benefiting Feed America First.

After months of fundraising and dance practices, Gregg showed off his fancy footwork in front of a live audience.

What is Feed America First?

Feed America First supplies food to soup kitchens, shelters, and food pantries across Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, and Mississippi.

In the past year, Feed America First has distributed over 13.8 million pounds of found, helping approximately 35,000 families in need each month.


Gregg + Feed America First

Getting involved with Feed America First was a no-brainer for Gregg. Working in the restaurant industry, Gregg sees first-hand how much food goes to waste every single day, and knew he "could make a contribution to helping feed all the hungry people in Tennessee and across the country."


The Dance

For Gregg's final dance number, he danced to a Michael Jackson medley featuring hits like "Up All Night" and "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough".

Gregg embraced the disco fever, dressed in '70s garb complete with a full afro.

His dancing partner, Madison lit up the stage with her high kicks and dips, wearing a flare-legged disco bodysuit.




The Crowd

Both Gregg's family and M Street family came in full-force to cheer him on.

The team came prepared with neon posters, sequin Michael Jackson gloves, and face cut-outs.


The Result

Gregg's performance was rocking!

His efforts helped to raise enough funds to supply 110,000-160,000 meals.

Boogie down with Gregg as he talks about his dancing journey in this highlight reel below: