Keith Urban, Vince Gill And Many Others Raised $1M For Benefit

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Keith Urban, Vince Gill, joined by several other country legends and new stars, raised nearly $1M in Nashville, for “All for The Hall Benefit.”

“All For the Hall”

Nearly two dozen stars, Hall of Famers, would-be hall hopefuls, and Modern-day favs, performed on the Bridgestone Arena’s stage in Nashville. They took the stage for the 8th “All for the Hall” benefit concert Tuesday evening.

Although the event was a benefit concert for the Country Music Hall of Fame, it also served as a reminder that country music’s top artists are equally connected to the power of top-tier songwriters.

Keith Urban stated earlier in the performance, it was a “loose disheveled, flying by the seat of our pants backyard picking’ session.”

They Raised Nearly $1M

The event raised nearly $1M in support of the nonprofit museum’s education programs and celebrated music’s power as a self-fulfilling prophecy.

On stages such as the one in Bridgestone, artist has the opportunity to reflect on how their life goals have been achieved and the realization of their career aspirations. They get to make a song’s connective power more profound than they had ever anticipated.

Artists Who Performed

Aside from the hosts, Vince Gill and Keith Urban, the list of guest appearances includes- Trisha Yearwood, Brooks and Dunn, Brenda Lee, Patty Loveless, The War and Treaty, Riley Green, Old Dominion, Kelsea Ballerini, HARDY, and many more. They all performed at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for the benefit.

Keith Urban And Vince Gill Shined

Keith opened with his most recent single from 2022, “Wild Hearts,” follow by the ballad “Blue Ain’t Your Color.” He then played on of Waylon Jennings’ guitars, the “Dukes of Hazard,” theme song from the outlaw-era.

Vince played his own classic song from 1992, “Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away,” and followed it with, “Rocky Mountain Way,” by Joe Walsh, written in 1973.

Setlist For “All for The Hall”

Keith Urban / “Wild Hearts,” “Blue Ain’t Your Color” and a cover of Waylon Jennings’ “Theme From the Dukes of Hazard (Good Ol’ Boys)”

Vince Gill / “Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away” and a cover of Joe Walsh’s “Rocky Mountain Way”

Mickey Guyton / “Better Than You Left Me” and a cover of Patty Loveless’ “Blame It on Your Heart”

Riley Green / “I Wish Grandpas Never Died” and a cover of Alabama’s “Dixieland Delight”

Kelsea Ballerini / “If You Go Down (I’m Goin’ Down Too)” and a cover of Carole King’s “You’ve Got a Friend”

Paulina Jayne & Abigail Sowards /”These Moments”

Patty Loveless /”Nothin’ But the Wheel” and a cover of Jackie DeShannon’s “Put a Little Love in Your Heart”

Brenda Lee /”Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree”

Old Dominion / “Memory Lane” and cover of Pearl Jam’s “Alive”

ERNEST / “Kiss of Death” and a cover of Merle Haggard’s “That’s the Way Love Goes”

The War And Treaty /”Mr. Fun” and “O Holy Night”

HARDY / “Truck Bed” and a cover of Travis Tritt’s “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive”

Trisha Yearwood / “The Song Remembers When” and a cover of Linda Ronstadt’s “You’re No Good”

Brooks & Dunn / “My Maria” and a cover of Rodney Crowell’s “I Ain’t Living Long Like This”

Did you watch the beautiful benefit? Comment and let us know which performance was your favorite!


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