Dan Seals & Marie Osmond + Meet Me In Montana

by

Riley Johnson

Updated

April 25, 2024

Updated

April 25, 2024

Updated

April 25, 2024

American country duo Dan Seals and Marie Osmond made one of the most iconic country song duets when they released “Meet Me in Montana” in July 1985. Subsequently, the hit record became Seals’ first No. 1 single and Osmond’s second time on the Billboard Hot Country Charts.

Marie Osmond made her major comeback in the country after the song’s success, while Dan Seals earned his spotlight in the country music scene. 

Awarded by the Country Music Association in 1986, Seals and Osmond were recognized for their dynamic vocal duet, making it a significant track in the history of American country music. 

How did Davis make a hit song?

“Meet Me in Montana” was written by Paul Davis and produced by Kyle Lehning and Paul Worley; it suggests leaving city life in exchange for a pleasant and simple one in Montana. Known for his diverse genre in music composition, Davis’ includes the Montana record on his list of masterpieces, along with “I Go Crazy,” “Cool Nights,” and “Ride `Em Cowboy.” 

As Davis recalled his tour of Montana, he immediately thought of writing about the state’s scenery and introduced himself to the country industry, with Seals and Osmond performing his piece. 

The versatile singer-songwriter didn’t make hit songs after the big break of the “Meet Me in Montana” just yet. He wrote another No. 1 chart-topping song for Seals with “Bop” and his duet with Osmond on “You’re Still New To Me.” 

With its timeless and richly melodious rhythms, Seals and Osmond played it numerous times in various shows, capturing various audiences then and now.

Indulge yourself with Dan Seals and Marie Osmond’s harmonious vocals with their performance of “Meet Me in Montana.”


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