*CMT: CELEBRATE OUR HEROES*: Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett, Kane Brown and More Celebrate Frontline Workers

CMT Celebrates Our Heroes: An Artists of the Year Special, aired on CMT Wednesday, June 3rd with performances by Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett, Kane Brown, and more.

The special honored health care workers, innovators, educators, food providers, delivery drivers, sanitation and utility workers, our armed forces, and first responders. All of these men and women are putting their lives at risk for the rest of us.

Kane Brown performed the classic “Stand By Me”


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@kanebrown_music is helping us carry on with his beautiful rendition of a timeless classic. #CMTCelebratesOurHeroes

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Thomas Rhett delivered a virtual performance of his hit song “Be a Light.”


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@thomasrhettakins is a light for all of us with this performance. Such a beautiful song. #CMTCelebratesOurHeroes

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Luke Combs delivered an at-home performance of “Six Feet Away”


Darius Rucker performs his own rendition of the 1987 Randy Travis hit “Forever and Ever Amen.”


Kelsea Ballerini covered the iconic Carole King song “You’ve Got a Friend” from home.



Tim McGraw gave a heartfelt at-home rendition of “I Called Mama.”


Florida Georgia Line delivered a patriotic message of hope in their virtual performance of “U.S. Stronger” from their new album “6-Pack.


Lady Antebellum gives a lively virtual performance of the band’s new single “Champagne Night.”


Miranda Lambert sang “Bluebird” from her porch.



Little Big Town also offered their song titled “Bluebird.”

Learn more about CMT Celebrates Our Heroes and discover how you can give back.