Jennings Meets Johnson at Crossroads

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• March 20, 2009

Country outlaws Shooter Jennings and Jamey Johnson came together at Nashville’s Rocketown recently to shoot an episode of CMT Crossroads. The duo’s rowdy performance, which was taped before a live audience, will premier Monday, March 23 at 9:00 PM/CT on CMT. The episode features Jennings and Johnson collaborating on Johnson’s “High Cost of Living,” “Between Jennings and Jones” and his recent Grammy-nominated single, “In Color.” They also sang duets on Shooters’ “God Bless Alabama” and on a cover of his dad Waylon Jennings’ song, “Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand.” CMT Crossroads, pairs country music stars with artists from other genres to play together, swap stories, and share their common love of music.

Shooter Jennings accompanies Jamey Johnson on CMT Crossroads. Photo: Rick Diamond

Shooter Jennings accompanies Jamey Johnson on CMT Crossroads. Photo: Rick Diamond

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