The guys of Rascal Flatts are doing their part to help with flood relief following the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.
The trio joined Alex Rodriguez, Tony Danza, Ashanti, Kevin Jonas, Roger Goodell and others on ABC's Good Morning America yesterday (8/31) in support of Disney's Day Of Giving, which has brought in more than $4 million so far for victims of the storm. The guys performed "I Won't Let Go" and their new single "Back To Us" as celebrities worked the phones and solicited donations on social media.
"I Won't Let Go"
The country music group performed their tribute live on "GMA."
"Back To Us"
The country music group gives a special live performance of their new song in Times Square.
A long list of celebs including Chris Young, Reba and Matthew McConaughey supported the effort with personal calls to action.
@ChrisYoungMusic wants YOU to donate to @RedCross: "Thank you to everyone's who's lending support." #DayOfGiving https://t.co/cBv4A7lFNH https://t.co/qOud6jgvgM
@Reba wants YOU to donate to the @RedCross for Hurricane #Harvey relief efforts: "Please donate." #DayOfGiving https://t.co/9kGakTQBAB https://t.co/XtTOhBDwsc
@McConaughey has a message to America as #Harvey devastates TX: "Let's ask ourselves what we can give" #DayOfGiving https://t.co/7xwXvBTXGq https://t.co/NSyveLATq5
Donations are still welcome by calling 1-855-999-GIVE or by texting HARVEY to 90999 for a $10 contributions to the American Red Cross. Donations can also be made online here.
Teddy McDonald is a fun-lovin' country music fan man living in Nashville, Tennessee.