County Music to the Rescue: Chris Stapleton helps out Kentucky flood victims

Country music is on a mission to help flood victims in Kentucky.

We told you about Tyler Childers helping around his hometown, and now Chris Stapleton is answering to the call as well.

This photo was shared on Facebook where he was helping clean up a neighborhood in Knott County. The flood victim who posted the picture said Stapleton went unnoticed for some time and he appreciates him blending in and helping.


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