Vince Gill, Emmylous Harris, Maren Morris & More Featured at Country Music Hall of Fame’s 10th Benefit Concert

Vince Gill, Emmylous Harris, Maren Morris & More Featured at Country Music Hall of Fame’s 10th Benefit Concert

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hosted its 10th All for the Hall benefit concert in New York City on Feb. 13.

All for the Hall founder and host Vince Gill enlisted the help of Emmylou Harris, Maren Morris and pop star Kesha for this year’s showcase, which featured the artists participating in a guitar-pull format.

In addition, Carly Pearce, songwriter Liz Rose and guitarist Phil Barton opened the show by performing “We Are the Strong,” a song they co-wrote with a class of fifth-grade students from P.S. 169 Baychester Academy through the Hall of Fame’s flagship education program, Words & Music.

To date, All for the Hall concerts have grossed more than $4.3 million for the Museum’s educational department, which serves more than 100,000 people annually.

Watch a clip of Vince performing “Til I Gain Control Again,” a song penned by Rodney Crowell that  Emmylou recorded in 1975.

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