John Rich previews new song 'Earth to God' on 'Fox & Friends'

The country star will be performing Saturday at the Washington Prayer March 2020 with Franklin Graham

Country music star John Rich previewed his new song, "Earth to God," on "Fox & Friends" Friday to bring hope to the nation amid the coronavirus pandemic, social unrest and natural disasters around the world.

The host of the Fox Nation show "The Pursuit! with John Rich," will be performing his new single Saturday at the Washington Prayer March 2020 with Franklin Graham.

"You know, man cannot fix mankind's problems, whether you're in right, left or middle, none of us know the right answers to and I've said this before and it's a fact that even though it's out of our control, it's not out of God's control. He has got control of it," Rich told co-host Steve Doocy.

"We've got to reach out to Him and talk to Him," the country singer added.

"Samaritan's Purse is an organization that I love what they do all around the planet. I love Rev. Graham and his message and we linked up together and they invited me to come sing tomorrow. I'm excited to be there and humbled and honored to sing the song there," he said.

Rich, one half of the famous country duo Big & Rich, performed "Earth to God" live from Nashville.

His new music video, which also premiered Friday, featured images from the coronavirus pandemic, riots and looting in major cities amid racial unrest, and Samaritan's Purse volunteers helping in the aftermath of natural disasters.

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"We need your light, we need your love, to heal the world you made and save us now in our darkest hour with your amazing grace," Rich sings.

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