Rascal Flatts dedicates hit to victims of Hurricane Harvey Twitter/@GMA

The men of Rascal Flatts have always been known for their big hearts, and when it comes to supporting those affected by Hurricane Harvey, the award-winning trio was eager to lend its voice for a good cause.

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Gary, Jay and Joe Don took the stage on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Aug. 31 to help raise money for flood victims. The trio dedicated their hit song, “I Won’t Let Go,” from their 2010 album “Nothing Like This,” to those still grappling with the unprecedented storm that recently hit southeastern Texas. The group performed a somber version of the moving ballad as images of Harvey’s aftermath and rescue efforts flashed across the screen. (Watch it here or in the tweet below.)

Rascal Flatts’ special performance on “GMA” was part of Disney’s Day of Giving, an all-day telethon that ran across all ABC properties. Alongside the Flatts, a host of celebrities, including Tony Danza, Kevin Jonas and Jason Derulo answered phones and took donations for the American Red Cross. By the end of the day, more than $14 million had been raised for relief efforts.

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ABC and the members of Rascal Flatts are still encouraging fans to give by texting “HARVEY” to 90999 to make a $10 donation. Donations can also be made at

Lindsay Williams is a freelance writer based in Nashville, where she’s spent more than a decade writing about music. A graduate of Samford University, her work has been published in a variety of regional and national media outlets.
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