Country legends George Strait and Chris Stapleton reunite to melt hearts with their hit
Country legend George Strait teams up with Chris Stapleton for a heartrending duet.
During the Rebuild Texas fundraising concert in San Antonio on September 13, 2018, country legend George Strait, 66, took the opportunity to share the stage and the microphone with another country star, Chris Stapleton, 40.
The two teamed up to perform a duet of one of his Top Ten hit singles, “When Did You Stop Loving Me,” from the soundtrack for the movie “Pure Country.”
For the occasion, Stapleton wore a gorgeous Silver Eagle Resistol hat, a far cry from his usual battered vintage headgear.
The duo's stunning rendition of the song was posted on YouTube by Kathleen Miller and has garnered nearly 3 million views.
STAPLETON WROTE STRAIT'S Nº1 HIT "NEVER WANTED ANYTHING MORE"
Although Stapleton only released his first solo album as a country singer in 2015, he has written and co-written over 170 songs.
Among these are six number-one country songs: Kenny Chesney's five-week number-one "Never Wanted Nothing More", George Strait's "Love's Gonna Make It Alright", and Luke Bryan's "Drink a Beer". His songs have been featured on many artists albums such as Adele, Brad Paisley, and Dierks Bentley.
A STUNNING BLEND OF DIFFERENT STYLES
Traditional country fans hesitate to consider Stapleton one of their own, but the King of Country Strait has placed his seal of approval on the up-and-coming singer's career.
ANOTHER BRILLIANT COLLABORATION
Stapleton's star is clearly on the rise and this year he has partnered up with Justin Timberlake in yet another collaboration.
"SAY SOMETHING" IS A HIT DUET FOR STAPLETON AND TIMBERLAKE
In 2015 Stapleton joined Timberlake on stage to perform "Tennessee Whiskey" at the 2015 CMA Awards. It was to be the first collaboration between the two singers, but not the last. At the beginning of 2018, the two released a duet called "Say Something."
"Say Something" was written and produced by Timberlake, Larrance Dopson, Floyd Nathaniel Hills, and Timbaland, with additional songwriting by Stapleton.
The song debuted at number 9 on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming Timberlake's 19th top 10 single as a solo artist and Stapleton's first.
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