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'Healing in the Heartland' benefit concert

Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Vince Gill, Luke Bryan and Usher were among the performers who came together to raise money for the victims of the May 20 Oklahoma tornado.

Grammy Award-winning singer Blake Shelton, himself an Oklahoma native and resident, helped organize the benefit to raise money for victims of the May 20 tornado in that state. Shelton kicked off the concert with "God Gave Me You" and closed the show by dueting with Usher on "Home." NBC
Darius Rucker sings "True Believers," the title track off his new album. NBC
Rascal Flatts guitarist Joe Don Rooney hails from Oklahoma, and the band performed "I Won't Let Go" at the benefit. NBC
Miranda Lambert sings an emotional performance of "The House That Built Me." Lambert and Shelton are married and live in Oklahoma. NBC
Vince Gill, who hails from Norman, Okla., dedicated his performance of "Threaten Me with Heaven" to the "24 people who didn't make it." Gill's voice cracked on multiple occasions during the heartfelt performance. NBC
Luke Bryan lit up the crowd with a lively version of "Crash My Party," hollering to the crowd, "You're lookin' so pretty, Oklahoma City!" NBC
Country legend Reba McEntire recognized the storm's first responders with a touching performance of "Everyday People." NBC
Shelton closed the show by singing his hit "Home." He was joined on stage by Usher, one of his fellow judges on "The Voice," much to the audience's delight.