Luke Combs, Brad Paisley, Old Dominion & More Share Words of Encouragement For the Class Of 2020

Several country music stars have come together to offer words of encouragement and advice to the graduating class of 2020.

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, traditional graduation ceremonies have been either cancelled or postponed due to social distancing guidelines. It’s a difficult time everyone, especially those who have worked so hard just to have their celebrations taken away.

Luke Combs, Old Dominion, Tenille Townes, Mitchell Tenpenny, Niko Moon, Matt Stell, Adam Doleac, Jameson Rodgers, Ryan Hurd, Rachel Wammack and LANCO recently shared video messages to off the class of 2020 some words of wisdom as they prepare to embark on the next chapter of their lives.

“To all you seniors that are graduating this year, I wanted to offer up a huge congratulations to you on this amazing achievement. As each of you step into this exciting new chapter of your life just enjoy it, enjoy this moment and do what you want to do, whether that’s using the degree you just got in your hand or not, you going and doing what you want to do.” Luke Combs said in his video message. “Being happy and feeling fulfilled is the most important thing, so to each and every one of you, congratulations and all the best to you going forward.”

“I would tell kids now, the things you’re going to miss out on, I get it, it’s tough.” Brad Paisley added. “Missing out on prom and a traditional graduation, you have been robbed. People who take adversity like this and become the agents of change that keep this from happening again are maybe the answer and that’s gonna be on this generation to do a better job than we did.”

“They want me to give you advice but I’m not the guy for advice, just have fun.” Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion joked.

Click above to watch a compilation of their video messages.

Congratulations to the class of 2020 from Country Now!