Country's Justin Moore and friend to country Gavin DeGraw are set to perform during PBS' 30th Anniversary of National Memorial Day concert in Washington, D.C.

The concert special will air May 26 at 8PM ET on PBS and will also be livestreamed on Facebook. Moore will deliver his profound, pro-servicemen current single, "The Ones That Didn't Make It Back Home" — a tribute to the military, first responders, teachers and others in the line of duty.

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The PBS event will be hosted by actors Gary Sinise (CSI: NY) and Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds). Other acts performing during the special include Alison Krauss, Patti LaBelle and the National Symphony Orchestra. There will also be appearances from General Colin Powell, Sam Elliott, Dennis Haysbert, Amber Riley, Jaina Lee Ortiz, Christopher Jackson and Jack Everly. PBS' hope is to unite the country in remembrance and appreciation for those who gave their lives and those who are grieving the loss of their loved ones.

"I’m very excited to have the opportunity to perform 'The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home' at such an important event honoring the men and women whom this song was meant to honor," Moore says in a tweet to fans.

The country star has been active in multiple facets of charity and has been a huge supporter of the armed forces. He's done work for St. Jude Children's Hospital, MSD Strong Gun Violence initiative, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, among other causes.

Along with the televised concert, Moore will perform at the National Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 27.

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