On the heels of Blake Shelton's 'Healing in the Heartland' benefit concert, three more of Oklahoma's biggest stars are teaming up in the name of relief for Moore, Okla. tornado victims. Ronnie Dunn says he is joining forces Garth Brooks to help Toby Keith with an upcoming event he is igniting.
There was no Team Blake or Team Usher on NBC tonight. Instead, the two 'The Voice' coaches -- currently locked in the heat of battle on their reality singing show -- closed the Blake Shelton-organized 'Healing in the Heartland' benefit for the victims of the tornado that swept through Oklahoma nine days ago with an emotionally resonant performance of Shelton's 'Home.'
UPDATE Saturday 6:15 a.m. EST: The number of reported fatalities is at least five, with another 71 injuries caused by what authorities say are a total of 17 tornadoes ripping through the Midwest on Friday.
Blake Shelton sure has a lot to be proud of. The Oklahoma native spearheaded a concert on Wednesday night (May 29) to benefit the victims of the tornado that swept through Moore, Okla. on May 20, raising millions for the cause.
A volunteer helping to sort through the rubble left behind by the recent tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma stumbled across an ancient country music artifact -- a cassette copy of Reba McEntire's 1987 album 'The Last One to Know.'
This is pretty good video right here. You can see the tornado that passed over Erie, Penn. last night (May 28) forming! Warnings were given in advance, and as of early Wednesday morning, no serious injuries were reported.
Blake Shelton's friends are turning out in droves to support the 'Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert' that the singer has organized for his home state of Oklahoma. The town of Moore, Oklahoma was ravaged by a tornado last Monday (May 20).
Country star Blake Shelton is rushing to the rescue of his fellow Oklahoma natives by organizing and performing at the upcoming Healing in the Heartland benefit concert, which is set to air live on Wednesday night (May 29). And now even more stars have been added to the already impressive lineup.
Miranda Lambert's soft spot for animals is well known in country music circles. The singer has her own animal rescue organization, and she's agreed to pitch in to help take care of the many animals displaced by the devastating tornado which hit Moore, Oklahoma on Monday (May 20).
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