Duets Are The Name Of The Game At CMA Fest

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It’s that time of year again — CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee. Over the years, fans have seen some exceptional performances, and among those have been duets (both announced and surprise) by some of country music’s biggest stars.

While we expect 2016 to be no different and to bring us some exciting collaborations on several different stages throughout the week/weekend, we can’t help but take a little time to reflect on performances past and get ourselves geared up for what we are about to experience. Here are some of our favorite musical partnerships from CMA Fest over the last few years.

Carrie Underwood & Miranda Lambert – “Somethin’ Bad”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buifInbfykc

Eric Church & Lzzy Hale – “That’s Damn Rock ‘N’ Roll”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9IKvut9REc

Jason Aldean & Travis Tritt – “Homesick”

Phil Vassar & Jo Dee Messina – “I’m Alright”

Taylor Swift & Tim McGraw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h96JSfXKh1w

Who do you think will join forces on a CMA Fest stage this weekend? Share your predictions now! And, stay tuned to NashvilleGab for our big announcement about our weekend activities and how YOU can come hang out with us during one of Music City’s most exciting events!

 

 

 

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  1. abnoles43@msn.com'

    LOVED Miranda & Carrie!!!

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