The Zac Brown Band took the stage at the recent Shining a Light: A Concert for Progress on Race in America to perform their song "Remedy."

The country band showed off their trademark harmonies and stellar musicianship during their performance, which was taped at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium and aired on Nov. 20 on A&E Network channels and iHeartRadio stations. Press play on the video above to see the moment.

"In a sense, that's why we're here tonight: to search together for remedies and help make progress on race in America," said LL Cool J when introducing the ZBB. "Finding remedies to cure the prejudice that too often ails our nation is not an easy task."

"Remedy" comes off of the Zac Brown Band's newest album, the eclectic Jekyll + Hyde.

“Our boundaries have dissolved,” Brown explains of the material on Jekyll + Hyde as a whole, “and we’re going to still do things that are somewhat familiar that people like, but we’re also going to stretch out and take chances beyond what we’ve done before.”

The Shining a Light concert aimed to bring attention to various race-related issues by creating a dialog about racial equality. In addition to the Zac Brown Band, Eric Church was joined by Smokey Robinson, Aloe Blacc and Rhiannon Giddens for a special rendition of his song “Kill a Word.” Other performers included Andra Day, Jamie Foxx, Rhiannon Giddens, Tori Kelly, John Legend, Miguel, Pink, Jill Scott, Big Sean, Ed Sheeran, Sia, Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Pharrell Williams and more.

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