Reba McEntire was just one of many performers at Blake Shelton's Healing in the Heartland concert for Oklahoma, which benefited those whose lives were impacted by the tornadoes that ravaged parts of the state on May 20. (Reba sang ‘Everyday People’.)
Blake kicked off the one-hour special with a heartfelt performance of "God Gave Me You."
Vince Gill told the crowd, "It's sure good to be home. I'd like to do this song for 24 people that didn't make it," referencing the lives lost in the tornado before performing an intimate "Threaten Me With Heaven."
Fellow Oklahoman and OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder appeared solo on "Counting Stars."
Shelton's wife, Miranda Lambert, sang a tribute to the pets lost or displaced during the storms. "The House That Built Me" featured shots of animals found in the rescue efforts, while Lambert, overcome with emotion, asked the audience to sing along while she gathered her composure.