Gill and Kesha, as well as Maren Morris and Emmylou Harris, all lent their talents to the good cause known as All for the Hall in New York City. Each of the artists breaks out their acoustic guitars and best storytelling skills to entertain the crowd for a good cause.
When Kesha decided to throw it back a bit to perform “Your Love Is My Drug,” Gill and Morris provided a bit of harmonies to the stripped rendition. Shockingly enough, they knew all the words and even watched in awe when Kesha broke it down for the rapping verse of the song.
During the guitar pull, Morris entertained guests with a couple of her big hits, including “My Church” and “I Could Use a Love Song.” Gill looked on proudly, and gave Morris a little clap, as she belted her emotions all over the No. 1 ballad. Of course, the “Rich” singer and Gill couldn’t pass up the opportunity to play their duet, “Dear Hate,” with one another, bringing a sense of poignancy to the rest of the evening.
After the show, Morris couldn’t resist taking a picture with Kesha, who she admitted was one of her new heroes in the past year. Expressing her deepest respect toward her artistry, Morris revealed that the moment brightened up her day more than she could have ever asked for.
“Was having a little bit of an off day and then I played a round with Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris and this woman who has inspired me a whole lot this year. @iiswhoiis , thank you for being so kind. 🚀✨,” Morris captioned the photo.
All for the Hall benefits the Country Music Hall of Fame and all of the programs it creates in coordination to funding music education for children.