Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, & 40+ Artists Join Together For CMT Livestream Charity Special

That was one epic livestream event!

Written by Jeremy Chua
Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, & 40+ Artists Join Together For CMT Livestream Charity Special
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill; Photo courtesy of CMT

CMT and Feed The Front Line teamed up on Wednesday (May 20) to host Feed The Front LIVE, Presented By CMT, a special livestream event with over 40 celebrities and country singers, including Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Carrie Underwood, Ingrid Andress, Scotty McCreery, Ingrid Andress, Peyton Manning and more. 

The livestreams took place across three ‘mealtimes’: breakfast (10am ET), lunch (2pm ET) and dinner (8pm ET), and included special tributes, performances, guest appearances as well as numerous heartwarming from both frontline workers and restaurant owners.

Featured on the star-studded broadcast were: Adam Melchor, Avril Lavigne, Billy Ray Cyrus, Blanco Brown, Brad Paisley, Brett Young, Caitlyn Smith, Carly Pearce, Carrie Underwood (cameo), Cassadee Pope, Caylee Hammack, Charlie Worsham, Chase Rice, Clay Walker, Cody Alan (cameo), Dustin Lynch, Dylan Scott, Grace Potter, Faith Hill, Hailey Whitters, Ingrid Andress, Jimmie Allen, Jon Pardi, Jordan Davis, Kelsea Ballerini, Kenny Chesney, Kip Moore, Kylie Morgan, Lee Brice, Lori McKenna, Matt Quinn of Mt. Joy, Peyton Manning (cameo), RaeLynn, Restless Road, Rita Wilson, Russell Dickerson, Ryan Tannehill (cameo), Sam Williams, Scotty McCreery, Sheryl Crow, Shy Carter, Sloan Woolly, Solomon Thomas (cameo), Tenille Townes, The Warren Brothers + Lance Miller, Tim McGraw and Tucker Beathard.

Performance highlights include Kenny Chesney’s fan-favorite delivery of “You & Tequila,” Scotty McCreery’s heartfelt tribute of “This Is It,” Ingrid Andress’ stirring piano-only “More Hearts Than Mine,” Avril Lavigne’s uplifting “Warriors,” and Rita Wilson’s surprise delivery of her inspiring new song “Where’s My Country Song.” Country powerhouse couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill concluded the event at during ‘dinner time’ with their romantic cover of Alabama’s “Feels So Right.”

Feed the Front Line is a youth-led nonprofit that supports local economies by buying meals from struggling restaurants and, in turn, donating it to frontline heroes, essential workers, and others in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fans can continue to contribute at ftfl.org/give.