Womack, Legend meet at Crossroads
Friday, September 19, 2014
– Lee Ann Womack and John Legend teamed up last night in Nashville for CMT CROSSROADS.
The show of their performance together premieres Friday, Sept. 26 at 10 p.m. eastern/Pacific on CMT.
The two artists, who met for the first time on stage at rehearsal, were joined on stage by Womack's band featuring Mac McAnally, Glenn Worf, Jed Hughes and Jim Hoke.
Legend and Womack merged their R&B and country styles on songs including Legend's "All of Me" and "Green Light," and Womack's CMA Single of the Year Award winners "I May Hate Myself In The Morning" and "I Hope You Dance."
Legend also performed his latest single "You and I (Nobody In The World)" and Womack played the title track from her upcoming album "The Way I'm Livin," arriving in stores next week.
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