Presidents Sign On For Hurricane Relief Concert

All living former presidents will attend a benefit concert featuring Alabama, Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen to raise money for hurricane relief.

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Jeff Cook, Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry pose for a portrait in Nashville, Tenn.

The “Deep from the Heart: The One America Appeal” event will be held at Texas A&M University’s

Presidents Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama will all be in attendance, and all will presumably offer a few words.

“This catastrophic hurricane season has already caused hundreds of billions of dollars in property damage, displaced millions and destroyed entire communities,” a release from Bush Sr.’s website read. “As a result, our fellow Americans are facing overwhelming challenges. The staggering, urgent need is simply beyond the capacity of government alone to address every facet.”

“Thanks to our generous underwriters, every dollar you spend to attend Deep from the Heart will go to help these storm victims start the process of healing and recovering.”

Lee Greenwood, Sam Moore, Cassadee Pope and many others will also be performing.

Tickets appear to be sold out at this time, but donations are still being accepted.

Other relief concerts have been successful in raising money, like the one organized by George Strait in San Antonio which got more than $10 million for hurricane relief.

To learn more about this shindig with the former Commanders-in-chief, look no further than its Pollstar event page