6 Legendary Country Music Duets We Watch on Repeat

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At times, there’s nothing better than a good, old-fashioned country music duet. At times, we even like to sit around and watch a few favorites on repeat all day.

6 Legendary Country Music Duets We Watch on Repeat:

1. June Carter and Johnny Cash // “Jackson” // 1968

Filmed on the Grand Ole Opry stage, this duet between June Carter and Johnny Cash is one of the most legendary. Their performance is on point, and it definitely foreshadows a union between them to come.

2. Faith Hill and Tim McGraw // “It’s Your Love” // 1998

One of the original power couples of country music, this performance between Tim McGraw and Faith Hill was showcased at the CMA Awards. This is such a great song for them, and it’s sure to send you on a trip down memory lane.

3. James Taylor and The Dixie Chicks // “Sweet Baby James” // 2002

This isn’t a song that James Taylor and The Dixie Chicks recorded, but it’s one of my favorites between the two of them. Originally recorded by Taylor, Natalie Maines brings a certain edginess that really works for this version.

4. Kelly Clarkson and Reba McEntire // “Does He Love You”

If you watch any videos today, please watch this one. It features a newly minted American Idol Kelly Clarkson breaking it down with Reba. And to think, now Reba is her mother-in-law! This duet is so so good. And Kelly’s hair is so so bad. She’s also wearing a dress over her jeans! Was that a trend that was ever popular?

5. Braid Paisley and Carrie Underwood // “Remind Me”// 2012

There’s no denying that Brad and Carrie have great chemistry. They’ve hosted the CMAs for years, and they have this awesome hit song, Remind Me. This is a great performance, and Carrie is such a vision in purple. Tell me you don’t kind of love to hate her dress.

6. Kacey Musgraves and Katy Perry // “Keep It To Yourself” // 2014

This is one of my favorite Kacey Musgraves songs, and this performance of it with Katy Perry is pretty great. Their voices blend together seamlessly somehow, it just works. Must be all the neon. And lights.

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