Mitt & Rich: New Duo?

courtesy Webster PR

Big & Rich's John Rich is hosting a "Musicians for Mitt" concert tonight (Oct. 25) in Defiance, Ohio. The event brings some of the music industry's most established acts together to campaign for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan's election to the White House.

"Governor Romney is all about bringing people together from all walks of life for the betterment of America and that is what we are supporting with tonight's musical extravaganza," says Rich.

Joining John for the night of music are Alabama's Randy Owen, rocker Meat Loaf and an as-yet-unannounced guest.

In September, John and his Big & Rich partner, Big Kenny Alphin, released their latest album, Hillbilly Jedi.

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