Tyler Hubbard, RaeLynn + More Perform Their Favorite ’90s Country Hits for a Good Cause [PICTURES]
It's the '90s in Nashville! On Tuesday night (Oct. 15), singer-songwriter Dave Barnes hosted a '90s country night, and some of today's hottest country stars stopped by to perform their favorite golden oldies for a good cause. Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard did his best "Chattahoochee" a la Alan Jackson, RaeLynn channeled her inner Dixie Chicks diva and Charles Esten became Dwight Yoakam for the night.
Hosted at Nashville's 3rd & Lindsley, "Dave Barnes & Friends Perform '90s Country Benefiting Siloam Health" brought together more than a dozen performers to benefit local nonprofit Siloam Health, which provides whole-person medical care for the underserved, promotes community health among immigrant and refugee populations, and offers student education for the next generation of health care providers. Of the 4,000-plus people that Siloam serves each year, 90 percent were born outside of the United States, representing more than 80 homelands and speaking over 70 languages.
Scroll down to see some of our favorite highlights from the night, including everyone from Steve Moakler and Clare Dunn to the Swon Brothers and David Lee Murphy. Other performers included David Archuleta, Rachael Lampa, Brandon Heath and Blake Redferrin.