Some of my favorite Country duets

A Bad Goodbye (Clint Black/Wynonna Judd): You can’t go wrong w/ Wynonna.

Another Try (Josh Turner/Trisha Yearwood): Not really a duet, but Trisha’s voice in prominent in back.

Forever and Ever, Amen (reboot of Randy Travis’ hit song w/ Josh Turner): Travis is Turner’s main musical influence.  This is from the CMT series Cross Country.

Golden Ring:

Original version (George Jones/Tammy Wynette): The “first couple of Country music” (and former marrieds) sing on a TV show. 

Newer version (Lorrie Morgan/Josh Turner): 

If You See Him, If You See Her (Reba McEntire/Brooks & Dunn):  Ronnie Dunn is one of my most fave male voices!

I Told You So (reboot of another of Travis’ hit songs w/ Carrie Underwood): An old fave gets better.

Medocino County Line (Willie Nelson/Lee Ann Womack):

Still Holding On (Clint Black/Martina McBride): This is the definition of a power ballad. 

Stuck on You (Lionel Ritchie/Darius Rucker): I just heard this song a few days ago!  This is on album of duets made by Ritchie recently.

The Heart Won’t Lie (Vince Gill/Reba McEntire): The official vid even tells a story- couple who can’t be together b/c of status (he as her drill sergeant and she as a recruit, then eventually an officer who outranks him). 

Reba and Vince (both from Oklahoma) are long-time pals/collaborators who have great chemistry whenever they’re together.   I love everything about this song! 

What If I Said (Anita Cochran/Steve Wariner): He’s from Noblesville, Indiana (small town close to where my mom & lil bro lived for many years). 

Walkaway Joe (Trisha Yearwood/Don Henley):  The official music vid for this song was Matthew McConaughey’s first acting job!

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