They were instructed to keep away from singing about Jesus. The way they respond will take you by surprise…

It’s true that Little Big Town had one of the most incredible nights of their lives on the evening they were admitted into the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. The first show of the series featured a lovely rendition of “Why Me Lord,” the result of a collaboration between country singer Vince Gill and Little Big Town. Many individuals, including the author, had goosebumps as a result of the performance, which left a lasting impression.

With Vince Gill, the foursome—Kenna Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet—worked together to produce a masterpiece. “Why Me Lord,” which was written and recorded by country music icon Kris Kristofferson in 1972, has been performed by a wide range of performers throughout the years. However, the performance featured in the video is regarded as one of the best of all time.

 

It seems that Vince Gill was informed about Opry policies prohibiting musicians from playing Jesus-related songs. As the story behind the film suggests, this was apparently done to avoid potentially upsetting non-Christian audience members. Vince decided to carry on with the performance despite this, and it appeared that the audience welcomed it with enthusiasm.

The video can be accessed here for those who would like to witness this incredible collaboration in its entirety. Kindly feel free to express your thoughts by leaving a Facebook remark and telling us exactly what you think!

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