Ronnie Dunn did more than just perform at Toby Keith's 'Oklahoma Twist Relief Concert. He toured the Shawnee area, talking with tornado victims and even pitching in at a local soup kitchen.

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Jerry and Cecilia Breedlove who lost everything but each other. Married for fifty years.

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Ronnie was most impressed that a "biker club", Coalition of Independent Riders, who are keeping the people afloat. They are providing food and cooking in a huge tent every day. Everyone Ronnie asked told him THEY were the most hands on with helping the survivors.

Ronnie met 6-year-old J.W. Hoke, 6, who tells him about his bicycle that was destroyed in one of the areas hardest hit bythe May 2013 tornados. Ronnie says 'JW (my son's nickname) a "pistol", brought his bike over. We twisted on it a little but it's pretty much a goner. He has a new one.' Watch J.W give a tour of his area and explain what happened.

 

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Toby Keith's Tornado Relief Concert Draws Biggest Crowd in Oklahoma History

Toby Keith/Facebook Toby Keith has more to celebrate than turning 52 today. His ' Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert ' drew more people than any other concert in Oklahoma's history. 60,000 packed into the University of Oklahoma's Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium to help raise money for tornado victims. Toby's daughter Krystal kicked off the even by singing the National Anthem.