People.com Entertainment Music Country Jimmie! Lauren! Cole! See All the Country Stars Who Came Out for Whiskey Jam's 10th Anniversary Concert Established by Ward Guenther in 2011, artists gathered last (when else?) Monday night at the Ryman to celebrate the milestone By People Staff Published on August 2, 2021 07:20 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 10 OLD DOMINION (LITE) Jason Myers Brad Tursi and Matt Ramsey, members of country group Old Dominion, performed several hit songs in a configuration Whiskey Jam founder Ward Guenther referred to as "Old Duo-minion." 02 of 10 RYAN HURD Jason Myers Making good on a four-year promise, Ryan Hurd took the stage with a smile that never left his face for his hit "To a T." 03 of 10 LINDSAY ELL Jason Myers Lindsay Ell joined several of the members of her touring band, on loan to Whiskey Jam in the form of The Pitch Meeting, a recently established collective of musicians devoted to enriching the purity of music in the Nashville artist community. 04 of 10 JIMMIE ALLEN Jason Myers Jimmie Allen has been bringing high energy to the crowds of Whiskey Jam since 2012, this night hopping off the stage and into the pews to get the crowd singing along to "Make Me Want To." 05 of 10 LAUREN ALAINA Jason Myers Lauren Alaina made Whiskey Jam founder Ward Guenther's daughter, coincidentally named Ryman, first Whiskey Jam experience truly unforgettable. As she closed out her inspirational anthem "Road Less Traveled," Alaina called Ryman up to the stage to sing along as hundreds of cellphone flashlights swayed in time. 06 of 10 CHRIS YOUNG Jason Myers Chris Young singing his most recent multi-week chart-topping hit "Famous Friends," a fitting song for a night filled with nearly two-dozen stars of country & more. 07 of 10 TRAVIS DENNING Jason Myers Travis Denning gave the sold-out crowd a four-minute spelling lesson with his infectious new sing-along "A-B-B-Y." 08 of 10 CRAIG CAMPBELL Jason Myers In one of the most poignant performances of the night, Craig Campbell silenced the crowd with just his guitar and a soul-baring performance of his hit song "Outskirts of Heaven." 09 of 10 COLE SWINDELL Jason Myers "Jam Fam" for nearly the entire decade of Whiskey Jam's existence, Cole Swindell got the energy up early with his rousing "Ain't Worth the Whiskey." 10 of 10 RANDY TRAVIS Jason Myers Randy Travis, moments before the crowd erupted at his resounding "amen" to close out his iconic country song, "Forever and Ever Amen," at The Mother Church of Country Music, the historic Ryman Auditorium.