Carrie Underwood is headed to New York City this fall. The “Little Toy Guns” singer will headline the All for the Hall Benefit Concert, which raises funds for Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The concert will take place at New York’s Best Buy Theater on Oct. 6.
Underwood will join Brad Paisley, Vince Gill and Emmylou Harris for the guitar-pull event held in Times Square. During the concert, each artist will take the stage sitting beside each other, taking turns in a round telling the stories behind their songs before playing them for the audience.
The very first All for the Hall New York performance was held in 2007 and included performances by Gill, Taylor Swift, Patty Griffin, Jewel, Shawn Colvin, Raul Malo, John Rich, Trisha Yearwood and Bill Anderson. All For the Hall New York returned in 2013 with Gill as well as Jason Aldean, Rodney Crowell, Ashley Monroe, Gregg Allman and Train‘s Pat Monahan.