By Robyn Collins
If Justin Bieber was a country artist, his hit song “Sorry” might have been a little something like this.
During the recent ACM Party for a Cause event in Las Vegas, Lauren Alaina, who has clearly belted the song a few times before, and a number of other country artists dropped into a studio to record a star-studded version of the hit song with Dustin Lynch, Eric Paslay and others.
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Vine-famous beat-boxer Andrew Fitzpatick, AKA 80fitz, laid down the human beat box rhythm, and then the artists rocked the song, each in their own way. Lynch, Paslay, Cam, RaeLynn, Canann Smith, Michael Ray, Cole Swindell, Kane Brown and Lindsay Ell, are just some of the folks that participated in the music video. And of course, It wouldn’t be country, if one guy didn’t pull out an acoustic guitar. This is one people are gonna watch on replay.
The ACM’s Party for a Cause is a three-day festival benefiting ACM’s charitable arm, Lifting Lives. The organization has donated more than $400,000 to military organizations in its first three years. The 2016 event was the fourth year for the festival, and featured Carrie Underwood as the Women of Country Night headliner, who invited Miranda Lambert on stage to sing their song “Something Bad.”
Dustin Lynch (@dustinlynch) April 20, 2016