Last night, Blake Shelton surprised his Toledo, Ohio audience by performing Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson‘s duet ‘Don’t You Wanna Stay,’ and of course he couldn’t do it alone. As heard in the fan video below, Shelton launched into Aldean’s part and left the audience wondering just how he was going to cover the female vocal for the duet.
As if you needed another reason to grab a bag of chips and tune into the Super Bowl, it was just announced that country music’s hottest couple Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert will be opening up the big game with a duet performance, making the game of the year even more worthwhile for country music fans.
The first season of ‘The Voice’ is long behind us, but Blake Shelton‘s work isn’t done. The ‘Honey Bee’ hitmaker has apparently been hard at work in the studio with last season’s runner-up, Dia Frampton, recording a duet that she spilled is called ‘I Will.’
For his upcoming ‘Duets II’ project, Tony Bennett made sure to line up plenty of stars from the rock and pop world, including John Mayer, Lady Gaga, and Amy Winehouse — but he invited a few friends from the country charts, too.
Lionel Richie has almost finished an album of duets with some of country music's biggest names. The collection is being produced by legendary Nashville producer Tony Brown who tells CMT.com, "Lionel is
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