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.