This year’s Stand Up for Heroes fundraiser brought two great artists together for the first time. Both Sheryl Crow and Bruce Springsteen performed on stage together to help raise over $5.7 million for wounded veterans and their families.

Fox News reported that the two musicians took the stage together at the Nov. 4 event to perform an acoustic duet of Crow’s song “Redemption Day,” off her second album. The money that went into the fundraiser, held at the Hulu Theater in New York's Madison Square Garden was for the Bob Woodruff Foundation, in honor of journalist Bob Woodruff, who was nearly killed in 2006 while covering the Iraq war, after a vehicle he was in was hit by a roadside bomb. The event also had guests including comedians John Oliver, Hasan Minhaj and Ronny Chieng, and was hosted by Jon Stewart.

Springsteen and Crow were doing single sets before they united on stage to do one song together. The 70-year-old singer performed five songs from his library including “Dancing in the Dark”, “I’m On Fire”, Land of Hope and Dreams”, “Bobby Jean”, and “I’ll Work for Your Love”. The legendary country singer sang two songs of her own including “I Shall Believe” and “Everyday Is a Winding Road”.

The Stand Up For Heroes benefit first started in 2007 and is produced by the New York Comedy Festival in partnership with the Foundation.

Also known as “The Boss”, Springsteen recently finished promoting his nineteenth studio album “Western Stars”, which was released this past June. A film that premiered at the Toronto Film Festival also accompanied his album and is now playing in theaters. Directed by Springsteen, along with his collaborator, Thom Zimny, the film featured the singer with his band and a full orchestra performing his new music to a live audience.

The 57-year-old country musician also just released her tenth and final album, “Threads”, in August. The new album features collaborations with many old and new country music artists in the country. Crow’s decision to stop releasing albums comes from her deciding to only work on individual songs in the future.

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Bruce Springsteen, is pictured performing at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival at Beacon Theatre on April 23, 2018 in New York City. Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival