Craig Morgan and Friends Serenade Kevin Harvick

It’s always best to spend your birthday with friends—especially if your circle includes several country singers.

Such is the case for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kevin "Happy" Harvick, who celebrated his 37th birthday over the weekend at the Budweiser Presents Happy’s Birthday Bash at the Fox Theater in Bakersfield, Calif. The event, a fundraiser for the Kevin Harvick Foundation, featured a headlining concert by Craig Morgan, plus additional performances by Bridgette Tatum and Matt Stillwell.

“The Kevin Harvick Foundation has done a lot for the local community, so I’m glad to be part of this event and hopefully help the foundation raise some funds to keep the programs going that help so many kids,” said Craig.

And since no birthday would be complete without a little embarrassment, Craig and friends also brought Kevin onstage and had the audience serendade him with “Happy Birthday.”

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