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Hurricanes Harvey and Irma directly impacted the lives of so many people, including country star George Strait.

The Texas native, whose own childhood home was likely damaged by Hurricane Harvey, decided to focus his attention on helping others.

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During a televised benefit concert, which aired on Sept. 12, a cowboy-hatted George and his Ace in the Hole Band teamed up with Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett to perform a mashup of George’s songs, “Texas,” and “I Believe.”


The five stars stood in a line onstage and leaned into their microphones to trade vocals on select portions of the medley. George and Chris were first to offer up their signature vocals before the rest of the crew blended theirs in beautiful harmony.

The King of Country’s star-studded performance, benefiting the Rebuild Texas Fund, was held at the Majestic Theater in San Antonio, and aired as a portion to the multi-network telethon, “Hand In Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief.”

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Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan and Darius Rucker were among the other stars who gave a helping hand during the one-hour, star-studded telecast.

Watch the video above to see George and his country music pals in this amazing performance.

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