George Strait Gives Sneak Peek of Hurricane Benefit Performance

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George Strait is one of many celebrities using their star power to help raise money for people affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The superstar will be a part of the “Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief” telethon, airing tonight (Sept. 12).

The King of Country is currently down in San Antonio rehearsing for the live event. Strait invited friends Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen to join him for the benefit concert—a portion of which will be aired during the “Hand in Hand” telethon.

Strait’s performance will be the finale to the telethon, airing live at 8 p.m. ET on all the major networks. The “Amarillo By Morning” singer took to Facebook to share a sneak peek of some behind-the-scenes footage.

“Well, we’re here at the Majestic Theatre getting ready for some rehearsin,’ which we don’t need a lot of, but we’re gonna do it anyway,” George jokes in the video. “In the meantime you all can donate at, if you feel generous.”

Check out George and his Ace in the Hole band rehearsing “All My Exes Live in Texas.”