Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift Performed At Nashville Rising: A Benefit Concert for Flood Recovery at the Bridgestone Arena on June 22.

The star studded evening had the presence of Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Gov. Phil Bredesen, Mayor Karl Dean, Titans coach Jeff Fisher and Titans quarterback Vince Young then greeted concertgoers. Faith said, “Nashville will rise, and that is why we have come together tonight. Musicians, football players, coaches, our elected officials, you in the audience, yes, we are all the same. We’re just neighbors who care and friends who want to make a difference.”

Sandra Bullock went onto the stage to introduce Faith Hill’s performance as a surprise guest.
Carrie Underwood sang “Undo It”, “Jesus, Take the Wheel” and “How Great Thou Art”. She received standing ovation, telling the crowd “I think I can speak for all of us when I say we’re glad to be here tonight for this cause.”

Taylor took the stage afterwards, delivering “You Belong With Me” and “Love Story”. While on stage, the 20-year-old country music singer told the concertgoers, “You’re my friends and my neighbors, and this is the place I love most in the world.” As for Miley, this “Can’t Be Tamed” singer brought “The Climb”.

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