Pearce will perform alongside such country names as Mark Wills, Riders in The Sky, and Craig Morgan.
The emotional song pays tribute to fallen idols, with nods to Kenny Rogers, Whitney Houston, Tom Petty, and many more.
McGraw now ties with Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney and Willie Nelson for No.1s, behind only George Strait.
Crow's latest for Big Machine Label Group's Valory label was written by the artist and longtime collaborator Jeff Trott.
It's Moore's second consecutive chart-topper from his current album after last year's 'The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home.'
The shows will also benefit kids who rely on school for one or two meals per day during the coronavirus pandemic.
The new track follows his previous singles “I Called Mama” and the title song from the album.
The song was written by Marc Beeson, Josh Osborne and Allen Shamblin.
The track climbs 3-1, also becoming Pardi's fourth chart-topper.
The track was released in May 2019 as the trio's first single for Big Machine Label Group/BMLG Records.
The album includes the single 'What If I Never Get Over You' and a new collaboration with Little Big Town.
The three 21-year-olds, Sami Bearden, Savana Santos and Sam Backoff, hail from Quincy, Illinois.
Crow and Isbell deliver a rocking new version of the song from Dylan's acclaimed 1989 album 'Oh Mercy.'
The mid-tempo ballad, with lead vocals by Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott, is described by the band as a deliberate nod to their earlier days.
uDiscover Music talks to Delta Rae, the North Carolina six-piece who moved to Nashville to develop their country meets southern gothic style.