Country music is no stranger to heartache, and hurricane Harvey has brought Houston the hardest of heartaches. To help ease the pain, radio station 100.3 and Firehouse Saloon have put together a raft of country music singers for a hurricane relief benefit. Rich O'Toole, Micah Cheatham, Jake Ward, Julia Cole and many others will be singing their hearts out to raise money for local charities. The acts sample a wide range of country styles — Red Dirt, Americana, pop, blues, and Christian — but anyone who appreciates some simple chords on a guitar is sure to enjoy the day-long show. Most importantly, this songwriter-driven effort will help keep up momentum for Harvey relief efforts well after the storm has subsided. We've all been giving until it hurts, but these artists promise to make the giving worth your while.