Collin Raye, Justin Moore & Others Team Up For Incredible Version Of “Little Rock” At Benefit For Arkansas Tornado Victims

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How damn good is this song?

Collin Raye‘s “Little Rock” is one of those incredible ’90s country songs that often flies under the radar, but any time I hear it I can’t believe it’s not more of a classic than it is.

Released in 1994, the ballad tells the story of a man who’s trying to rebuild his life and regain his sobriety, and moves to Little Rock to start his new life. But as he calls his significant other to tell her how well he’s doing, it’s clear that there’s still a piece of his heart that’s missing from before:

“I think I’m on a roll here in Little Rock
I’m solid as a stone, baby wait and see
I got just one small problem here in Little Rock
Without you, baby I’m not me”


Well recently Collin Raye teamed up with several other Arkansas natives to host To Little Rock, With Love, a benefit concert for their home state after devastating tornadoes last month left five dead and caused untold millions in damage.

Along with Raye, the show featured Justin Moore, Heath Sanders, Matt Stell, Adam Hambrick and Tyler Kinch raising money for those affected by the horrific storms.

And you know they had to perform the song…

Joined onstage by the rest of the lineup, Collin Raye, Justin Moore and company absolutely brought the house down – and thrilled a hometown crowd – as they paid tribute to Little Rock, in Little Rock, with Collin’s song of the same name.

And even better, the night ended up raising over $100,000 for the Central Arkansas Tornado Recovery Fund.

Talk about electric.


A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock