Trace Adkins extended the invitation to the unsuspecting Lynch.
Will you watch?
Pals like Ashley McBryde, Lauren Alaina, Trace Adkins and surprise guest Brad Paisley showed their support by performing a couple songs each for the Ryman crowd.
“Our veterans and their families sacrifice so much for us to live in this country and to have the freedoms that we have. Any time I can do anything to help, it’s a no-brainer for me,” said Rucker.
Artists scheduled to perform during the evening include Darius Rucker, Lee Greenwood, Trace Adkins, Kellie Pickler, Craig Morgan and more.
Trace Adkins was blessed beyond belief after scoring a role in the hit indie film, I Can Only Imagine, based on MarcyMe singer Bart Millard.
Trace Adkins and his musical friends gathered in the Ryman Auditorium to help raise money for Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee.
The benefit show will donate the proceeds made from ticket sales to Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee.
The first night of the tour kicks off in Biloxi, Mississippi, on April 6, and dates carry on into the summer months.
Blake Shelton has enlisted the help of his longtime friend and collaborator Trace Adkins for season 14 of NBC’s The Voice.
From the return of Sugarland to the No Shoes Nation revival, it looks like 2018 will be quite the year for country music tours.
After a plethora of fake accounts popped up online, Adkins took to social media to warn his fans not to interact with them.
With the lead vocals holding out as somewhat of a narrating voice for the treatment, Home Free leaves a beautiful yet haunting imprint for listeners to hold on to.
Old Dominion got the most explicit message of them all, one that had them laughing hysterically and had lead singer Matthew Ramsey falling off his chair.
As the evening came to a close, the impact NSAI has had on the songwriting community was evident.
Family, friends, fans, and colleagues of the late Troy Gentry poured into the Grand Ole Opry House to pay their respects to the singer.
A number of country stars sat down to take on the hard-hitting questions that self-proclaimed country music haters sent in to reveal the truth about the genre.
The stars paying tribute to the veterans included Chris Young, Charlie Daniels, Trace Adkins, Terri Clark and more.