Tough Trace Moved to Tears on His New TV Show

"You can't help but be moved by the things these people are doing," he says.

The guy's only human.

Trace Adkins is taping a new TV show while he's touring, and it's enough to choke up a tough guy.

So far, for GAC's upcoming Great American Hero, Trace has talked to a minister running a mission, a woman sending care packages to soldiers overseas and staffers at a program that works with kids with cancer.

“For everybody that’s been working on this project, it’s just been really inspirational,” he tells The Tennessean.

“You can’t help but be moved by the things these people are doing. Everybody ends up crying."

Wow!

"You get older and you mature a little bit and you start slowing down and you pay a little more attention to what’s going on around you, and maybe you just want to savor all the good that you can find, especially in this world today," Trace continued. "Everything seems to be so crazy; we need a little bit of kindness to alleviate some of it.”

No launch date yet for the show.

 

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