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

It’s true that the night Little Big Town was accepted into the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, was one of the most amazing nights of their life. A beautiful performance of “Why Me Lord,” the product of a collaboration between Little Big Town and country artist Vince Gill, opened the opening presentation of the series. The show had a lasting effect on many people, including the author, who got goosebumps from it.

Kenna Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet collaborated with Vince Gill to create a masterpiece. Country music legend Kris Kristofferson wrote and released the song “Why Me Lord” in 1972. Since then, a variety of artists have covered the song. Still, the performance captured in the film is thought to be among the greatest ever.

Vince Gill appears to have been aware of Opry regulations that forbid performers from performing songs about Jesus. This appears to have been done in order to prevent perhaps offending non-Christian audience members, as the film’s backstory implies. Vince chose to continue the performance anyhow, and it seemed like the crowd embraced it wholeheartedly.

For anyone who would like to watch this amazing partnership in its entirety, you may watch the video here. Please feel free to share your opinions with us by writing a Facebook comment and letting us know what you think!

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