Before he took the stage for his Night 4 CMA Fest set at Nashville's Nissan Stadium on Sunday night (June 11), Tim McGraw delivered an extra-special, impromptu performance backstage. After he ran into Randy Travis in the halls, McGraw serenaded the country titan with a singalong rendition of "On the Other Hand."

Travis — who released "On the Other Hand" as part of his landmark Storms of Life album in 1996 — was waiting to see McGraw's main stage performance when he ran into the country superstar and his equally legendary wife Faith Hill, in the stadium halls.

"I can't tell you how much it meant to see [Tim McGraw] and Faith last night at [CMA Fest]. We don't get to see each other often enough — they are lights!" Travis notes when sharing the special clip on TikTok. "And we loved meeting their nephew Timothy!"

McGraw had a big surprise for fans when he took the stage for his CMA Fest set: He brought out a chorus of fifth and sixth graders from Metro Nashville Public Schools to join him for his performance of "Humble and Kind."

The night included performances from Luke Bryan, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley and Josh Turner. Alabama gave a special surprise performance.

The country group got a surprise of their own during their time onstage, too: They received the CMA Pinnacle Award, a recognition of their longstanding prominence in the country genre via performances, sales and other industry achievements. Only three other artists — Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift and Kenny Chesney — have been awarded this honor.

Pictures: 2023 CMA Fest, Days 1-4

See pictures from Day 1 of CMA Fest 2023. The 50th annual CMA Fest in Nashville featured Nissan Stadium performances from Luke Combs, Carly Pearce, Dan + Shay, Tyler Hubbard and more. Plus pictures of Lainey Wilson with Lauren Alaina and Lukas Nelson.

Day 2 features highlights from Tanya Tucker, Lainey Wilson, Cody Johnson, Miranda Lambert, Jelly Roll, Keith Urban and Hardy.

Day 3 includes photo highlights from Tracy Lawrence, Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Old Dominion, Jon Pardi and Eric Church.

Day 4 featured performances by Josh Turner, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Tim McGraw and Luke Bryan. Plus, Alabama received the CMA Pinnacle Award.

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