Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood | Photo credit: aol.com

County musician couple Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks took the 2016 CMA Awards night stage by storm with their medley duet of some classic country hits. Their spectacular vocals and strong stage presence undeniably tugged the audience during and after the show. Indeed, they’re perfect for the multi-artist tribute performance considering how well-versed they are in classic songs. This resulted in a one-of-a-kind collaboration.

The Classic Country Songs Performed

The adored couple sang much to the excitement of the audience with not less than five classic country songs. Topping the list was Jacksonby Johnny Cash and June Carter, also a super couple in country music. The pair also performed Lynn Anderson’s “Rose Garden,” George Jones and Tammy Wynette’s “Golden Ring,” and Roger Miller’s “Chug-a-lug.” That’s not all. The Music City Walk of Fame inductees also honored Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn with their duet of Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man.” Completing their medley duet list was a rendition of Keith Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyesand Crystal Gayle’s “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue.” Among those legends, only Lynn was able to witness the performances together with the audience.

Watch Trisha and Garth paying tribute to Johnny Cash and June Carter in a medley performance of “Jackson” below.

On their Marriage and Recordings Together

The pair has been married since 2005 and blessed with three beautiful daughters. Prior to their marriage, they had their own successful recording careers. However, their marital union also marked a new journey for them as partners in country music. And they’ve grown to become one of the most famous and powerful country music couples. They’ve worked together on several tours and musical collaborations that fans all over the world have come to enjoy. In late 2016, the couple released their album called Christmas Together featuring classic Christmas songs. It also included an original track entitled “What I’m Thankful For (The Thanksgiving Song)” that they wrote, themselves.

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