Watch The Frontmen of Country Perform a Medley of Hits at the 'Make America Great Again' Concert

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President-elect Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump arrive at a pre-Inaugural Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC on Jan. 19, 2017. 

Little Texas' Tim Rushlow, Restless Heart's Larry Stewart and Diamond Rio's Marty Roe, otherwise known as The Frontmen of Country, celebrated the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump with a performance of several songs from the respective bands' catalogs at the "Make America Great Again" welcome celebration Thursday (Jan. 19).

Starting off with Restless Heart's "Bluest Eyes in Texas," the trio quickly transitioned into a rendition of Marc Cohn's "Walking In Memphis" with the help of former Lonestar frontman Richie McDonald.

​But that was just the beginning for the group of country legends, as they sang Little Texas' hit "Amy's Back In Austin," followed by Restless Heart's "Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right)," for which they were joined onstage by an Army veteran, simply adding to the patriotism of the performance. They continued on with Lonestar's "I'm Already There" and Little Texas' "God Blessed Texas."

The Frontmen of Country and McDonald closed out their lengthy medley with a snippet of Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the U.S.A.," which served as a triumphant introduction for Westwood's appearance at the event.

Watch part of the American pride-filled performance below.

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