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.  Garth Brooks, who had to head back to Las Vegas for a show later Saturday night, took the stage early with wife Trisha Yearwood.

Toby not only performed his own show, he also joined Willie Nelson for a few songs.

John Anderson, Ronnie Dunn and Sammy Hagar also performed with Carrie Underwood appearing from Nashville's Grand Ole Opry via satellite.

 

 

The weather, which brought everyone to the show in the first place, didn't make things easy for the crowd of 60 thousand. At 93 degrees, more than 12-hundred people suffered heat-related problems. Over 20 concertgoers were sent to the hospital. But most enjoyed the day.

 

Ronnie Dunn Tours Oklahoma, Talks With Tornado Victims

Ronnie Dunn/Facebook 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. Rick Diamond/Getty Images Jerry and Cecilia Breedlove who lost everything but each other. Married for fifty years.