Trace Adkins has performed his hit song "Arlington" dozens upon dozens of times. But whenever he steps up on stage to sing the emotional song, he gives every word his all.
One performance of "Arlington" stands out to us above all the others because of how compelling it was. Performing during PBS's Memorial Day special in Washington D.C., Adkins was right next to the song's namesake location. We're sure that fact was weighing heavy on his mind as he sang, honoring all those who found their final resting place in that sacred ground.
Taking off his hat as a show of respect, Adkins' eyes welled with tears as he sang about our fallen heroes and the sacrifice they made. Adkins always pours his heart into "Arlington," but something about this performance was different.
It's as if he understood the weight of the occasion, and that ended up giving him the push to put forth what we consider to be one of the best performances of his life. See Adkins' riveting Memorial Day performance of "Arlington" for yourself in the video below.
Thanks to those who fight for our freedoms, we are able to enjoy our lives at home. Adkins sings about these everyday moments in his new single "Lit." From watching a grandpa fish with dynamite to enjoying a kiss from a special someone, "Lit" celebrates all of the little things in life that can give you a big thrill.
Check out Adkins' lyric video for "Lit" below, then make sure you head over to iTunes and download it here if you haven't already.
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