George Strait + Other Famous Texans To Perform Benefit Show
George Strait, Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson and Kacey Musgraves are just four of the performers on the bridge to participate in an upcoming virtual benefit show “We’re Texas”, which will raise funds to help those affected by snowstorms devastating effects that rocked the state in February.
Other Texas natives who will contribute to the performance of the show include Parker McCollum, Lyle Lovett, Don Henley, Kelly Clarkson, Randy Rogers and Lukas Nelson. The show’s lineup also includes musical Texans from foreign genres: Post Malone, Leon Bridges, Gary Clark Jr., Khalid, and Kirk Franklin will all appear on the virtual stage.
The show “We’re Texas” was directed by actor Matthew McConaughey and his wife, Camilla Alves, who host the show and air it on McConaughey’s YouTube channel.
“A lot of Texans are suffering right now,” the actor recently told the San Antonio Current of the initiative at the origin of the service. “After the worst frost disaster here in over 70 years, many are still without clean drinking water and unable to repair the water damage that has made their homes unliveable. The We’re Texas virtual event features a range of stars from around the world. Texas talent for a night to restore Texas. It’s about time. “
The event will also feature guest appearances from famous Texas guests, such as Chip and Joanna Gaines, Jennifer Garner, Selena Gomez, Megan Thee Stallion, Reneé Zellweger and more.
McConaughey first announced the event with a video message on his YouTube channel, in which he also encouraged Texans to help their neighbors during what has been a difficult time for the state, and also noted that he would continue to post benefits updates on social media. media. True to his word, he continued to provide details on Instagram, announcing that the show “We’re Texas” will air on March 21 at 7:00 p.m. CT.
Proceeds from the benefit will be distributed to various organizations on the ground in Texas to respond to crises, through McConaughey’s Just Keep Livin ‘Foundation and the Texas Relief Fund.
In mid-February 2021, an unexpected series of snow and ice storms brought record freezing temperatures to Texas, causing major power outages and a boil water advisory for nearly half of the country. State, according to American statesman Austin. More than 70 people died as a result of the disaster.
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