Keith Urban leads 2020 ‘All for the Hall’ in Nashville

All photos by Jason Kempin and Terry Wyatt/Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

On Monday, February 10, 2020, Keith Urban took the Bridgestone Arena stage in Nashville for his seventh All for the Hall benefit concert, alongside a one-night-only mix of collaborators that included Ingrid Andress, Brothers Osborne, Luke Combs, Lauren Daigle, Carly Pearce, Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton, Tenille Townes, Tanya Tucker, and Morgan Wallen.

The event—part of a multi-city series launched in 2007—brings a significant boost to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s education programs, which reached more than 106,000 people in 2019 alone. Alongside Country Music Hall of Fame member Vince Gill, Urban traditionally hosts All for the Hall concerts in Nashville.

"We’re all very proud to be part of tonight, and continuing the legacy of this program for kids in the future," Urban said from the Bridgestone stage.

‘All for the Hall: Under the Influence’

Monday’s concert featured an "Under the Influence" theme, with performers pairing their own work with songs by artists who inspired their musical growth. This concept mirrors the museum's exhibitions and events, which explore the ways music reverberates across generations of artists.

During All for the Hall, Luke Combs coupled his own "Even Though I'm Leaving" with "Brand New Man," the single that launched 2019 Hall of Fame inductees Brooks & Dunn. Chris Stapleton matched his Grammy-nominated "Millionaire" with Hall of Fame member Willie Nelson's 1981 hit "Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground."

Tanya Tucker performed her Grammy-winning "Bring My Flowers Now" (from her Grammy-winning 2019 album While I’m Livin’), alongside a medley that included "Blue Kentucky Girl," a 1965 hit for Hall of Fame member Loretta Lynn, and "Stand By Your Man," a hit in '68 for member Tammy Wynette. The night’s other performers pulled from a mix of inspirations that ranged from Shania Twain (Pearce) to U2 (Townes).

Students from Nashville’s Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School—alumni of the museum's cornerstone school program, Words & Music—also joined the All for the Hall 2020 lineup, performing an original composition: "Just Try," written by senior Teyonce McHaney, alongside songwriter Mike Hicks.

The sold-out show joined a line of singular All for the Hall performances, including alternating events in New York and Los Angeles.

"I love nights like tonight that make a difference,” Daigle said as she stood center stage, “and you did something that means something tonight.”

‘All for the Hall’ 2020 Setlist

Keith Urban – "Wasted Time" and "Blue Bayou"

Ingrid Andress – "More Hearts Than Mine" and "Country Roads"

Luke Combs – "Even Though I'm Leaving" and "Brand New Man"

Lauren Daigle – "You Say" and "Killing Me Softly"

Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School – "Just Try"

Brothers Osborne – "It Ain't My Fault" and "The Bottle Let Me Down"

Carly Pearce – "Every Little Thing" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman"

Blake Shelton – "Ole Red" and "Dallas"

Chris Stapleton – "Millionaire" and "Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground"

Tenille Townes – "Somebody's Daughter" and "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"

Tanya Tucker – "Bring My Flowers Now" and a medley including "Blue Kentucky Girl" and "Stand By Your Man"

Morgan Wallen – "Whiskey Glasses" and "Take It Easy"


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