Chris Stapleton Joins Forces With George Strait For 90s Rock Song

It was a sight for the ages: fans loved seeing Chris Stapleton and George Strait join forces to cover “You Wreck Me“ by Tom Petty on stage. While Stapleton wasn’t the only celebrity crooner Strait called into his Kansas City show, the pair’s duet was one of the most memorable events of the night.

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Strait took the lead, while Stapleton followed by joining in on the chorus. Together, the two created an unforgettable moment in music history. Both singers played the guitar along with the song, and Stapleton provided his well-known country-rock twang as the song went on.

 

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The crowd went wild when they saw the two pair up, and many sang along as the two celebrated Tom Petty’s legacy. On social media, fans sang the praises of Strait, talking about how he put on a show that provided memories that would last a lifetime.

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Stapleton chimed in about his respect for country legend Strait as well, saying that he was honored to share the stage with one of country music’s all-time greats.

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