Country music stars hold concert for tornado victims

Singers including Sheryl Crow and Brandi Carlile took to the stage to raise $500,000 for survivors of the Tennessee twisters.
1:00 | 03/11/20

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Finally tonight here, Nashville strong. It has been exactly one week since those tornadoes ripped through Tennessee. So many have answered the call for help. Tony and James coming to help. Much needed household supplies, coming in. And overnight in Nashville, so many famous country music singers coming together for a concert, and raising a half million dollars. Sheryl crow and Brandi Carlile taking the stage, singing "If it makes you happy." If it makes you happy it can't be that bad end zone And Nashville based Gibson guitars helping too. Vowing to replace any musician's guitar damaged in the storm. For their friends and neighbors in need.

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