Jason Aldean and his family were among those who had to evacuate their house in Florida due to the wildfires raging in the Florida Panhandle.
The wildfires have destroyed dozens of structures and forced some 1,600 people to evacuate from their homes including several country artists. Jason’s family has now returned home and have no damage to report.
Several other country artists have vacation homes along the panhandle, near Panama City Beach, including Chris Janson and Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley. Those families also posted on Instagram, to let everyone know they were ok.
Only about 35 percent of the fire was contained as of yesterday, and officials said it could take days for it to be brought under control.
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This pic was taken yesterday from our driveway in Florida. Prayers going out to all that have lost their homes and businesses in our little beach community, but a huge huge thank you to all the firefighters in the panhandle for working around the clock to get these fires under control. Thanks to everyone who has reached out to check on us. Our family and our house is ok and as of now we are back home. What a crazy year it has been!! I’m ready for 2021 already.
We are praying so hard for all of the people who lost homes and businesses tonight. Our community. Incredibly thankful to the first responders, fire fighters, and police for helping. God bless. pic.twitter.com/qqXwHvhIZg
— Chris Janson (@janson_chris) May 7, 2020
Recognizing that this Mother’s Day will be different from all others, Tim McGraw has teamed with American Greetings for a Mother’s Day eCard.
Tim said, “Mama’s deserve to be recognized and celebrated. My mom has nurtured me and given me love, strength and encouragement. She is a light and I love her so much.”
The #StayConnected campaign launched with a series of free daily postcards. Tim’s includes music from his new single, “I Called Mama,” and is available at AmericanGreetings.com.
— The Music Universe (@themusicuni) May 7, 2020