Scotty McCreery And Others Team Up And Sing “Angels Among Us”


Sometimes life gets hard and the going gets tough. When you’re going through a rough time, you can use words of encouragement, a hug, the company of your loved ones, and a prayer to help you feel likes things will be ok.

In 1993, country band Alabama recorded a song that resonated so well with the audience, especially in everyone’s difficult times, that the band got hundreds of letters from across the world; the fans wanted to thank the band for singing such an inspiring song that came as a blessing during their time of need and adversity.

The song was titled “Angels Among Us” and was released in Alabama’s “Cheap Seats” album—it was intended to be a Christmas single. The song, however, talks more about life than it does about the holiday season.

It delves deep into those times when people really just need a hand and moral support. It has everything to do with those days that you feel hopeless and lost and your difficulties just don’t seem to come to an end. The song mentions that it is at that time that you will see someone come down and help you.

In a recent rendition of this song, you see popular music artists come together to help generate funding for, and bring awareness to, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Scotty McCreery, Hunter Hayes, and others come together for this good cause. The rendition is something that you’ve probably never heard before and it’s worth every bit of your attention.

So, click on the link below and hear “Angels Among Us” sung by modern-day artists that everyone loves!