Check Out the Set List as More Than 30 Country Stars Gather to Pay Tribute to Randy Travis

1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time: A Heroes & Friends Tribute to Randy Travis took place tonight (Feb. 8) at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena and it featured more than 30 performers, including Garth Brooks, Wynonna, Jeff Foxworthy, Alison Krauss, Ben Haggard, Neal McCoy, Phil Vassar, Travis Tritt, Alabama, Kenny Rogers, Rodney Atkins, Chris Janson, Jamey Johnson, Montgomery Gentry, Michael Ray, Ricky Skaggs, Michael W. Smith, The Randy Travis Band, Tanya Tucker, Kane Brown, James Dupre, Scotty McCreery, Joe Nichols, Collin Raye, The Bellamy Brothers, Ricky Traywick and Chris Young, Chuck Wicks, Mark Chesnutt, Daryle Singletary, Paul Overstreet, Shane Owens, William Michael Morgan, Josh Turner, Rudy Gatlin, John Conlee, Daily & Vincent, Jan Howard, Jeannie Seely, Riders in the Sky and Charles Esten.

In addition to the great performances, Randy capped the three-hour show by leading the all-star cast in a rendition of “Amazing Grace” and “Will the Circle Be Unbroken.”

Check Out 40 Performance Pics From the Randy Travis Tribute Concert, Including Garth Brooks, Travis Tritt, Alabama, Wynonna, Kenny Rogers & More

We will have a photo gallery posted on Feb. 9, but until then, check out the set list in order of the performances.

  1. Bellamy Brothers: “Diggin’ Up Bones”
  2. Chuck Wicks: “If I Didn’t Have You”
  3. Collin Raye: “Point of Light”
  4. Ricky Traywick (Randy’s older brother): “Before You Kill Us All”
  5. Alison Krauss: “Deeper Than The Holler”
  6. Jamey Johnson: “Promises”
  7. Montgomery Gentry: “Too Gone Too Long”
  8. Ben Haggard: “Are The Good Times Really Over”
  9. Kane Brown: “King of the Road”
  10. James Dupre and Shane Owens: “Heroes and Friends”
  11. Chris Janson: “Look Heart No Hands”
  12. Rodney Atkins: “Honky Tonk Moon”
  13. Joe Nichols: “Storms of Live”
  14. Kenny Rogers: “Love Lifted Me” and “The Gambler”
  15. William Michael Morgan: “Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart:
  16. Tanya Tucker: “I Told You So”
  17. Rudy Gatlin, John Conlee, Daily & Vincent, Jan Howard, Jeannie Seely and Riders in the Sky: “I’ll Fly Away”
  18. Michael W Smith: “Walk With Me”
  19. Neal McCoy: His Eye Is On the Sparrow”
  20. Phil Vassar: “More Life”
  21. Jeff Foxworthy: comedy bit
  22. Ricky Skaggs: “Would I”
  23. Alabama: “Angels Among Us”
  24. Daryle Singletary and Mark Chesnutt: “Few Old Country Boys”
  25. Josh Turner: “Three Wooden Crosses”
  26. Travis Tritt: “Better Class of Losers”
  27. Charles Esten: “I won’t Need You Anymore”
  28. Wynonna: “On the Other Hand”
  29. Scotty McCreery: “1982”
  30. Michael Ray: “He Walked on Water”
  31. Chris Young: “This Is Me”
  32. Paul Overstreet: “No Place Like Home”
  33. Garth Brooks: “Forever and Ever, Amen”
  34. Randy Travis and the all-star cast: “Amazing Grace” and “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”
Randy Travis sings “Amen” at the end of Garth Brooks’ rendition of “Forever and Ever, Amen.”

Check Out 40 Performance Pics From the Randy Travis Tribute Concert, Including Garth Brooks, Travis Tritt, Alabama, Wynonna, Kenny Rogers & More

photo by Jason Simanek

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