The Songs of 9/11 Episodes (9)
Deen Sams and Keech Rainwater of Lonestar reflect on their song, 'I'm Already There,' and the impact it's had on Americans since 9/11.
Bret Michaels shares how he dedicated 'One More Day' to all of those affected by the terror attacks on 9/11.
Join Aaron Tippin as he discusses what he believes it means to be an American, and how 'Where the Stars and Stripes and Eagle Flies' embodies that.
Learn how a trip to Afghanistan motivated Darryl Worley to write 'Have You Forgotten,' a tribute to the heroes on the front lines.
Alan Jackson reflects on the impact of his song, 'Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning).'
Toby Keith reveals where he was on 9/11, and what influenced him to write 'Courtesy of the Red White and Blue.'
Five For Fighting
John Ondrasik chronicles how Five For Fighting's song, 'Superman,' became a tribute to the first responders on 9/11.
Steven Curtis Chapman
Steven Curtis Chapman opens up about how a trip to New York City on the 1-year anniversary of 9/11 led to his writing of 'Remember the Day.'
Michael W. Smith
Michael W. Smith describes how a conversation with the President of the United States inspired him to write 'There She Stands.'
The Songs of 9/11