Exit/In Offers Ultimate Guilty Pleasures Show With ’90s Country Throwback

(L-R): Adam Craig, Dustin Lynch, Craig Campbell, Storme Warren, Adam Sanders, Lauren Alaina, Michael Ray. Photo: Alex Ferrari

Nineties night at the Exit/In last night (April 11) conjured up some hits from the decade and offered plenty of fun surprises for those in attendance, as artists Adam Craig, Adam Sanders, Craig Campbell, Dustin Lynch, Lauren Alaina and Michael Ray all came together to sing some of their favorite hits of the bygone decade.

Adam Craig kicked off the night and was joined by Craig Campbell to harmonize on BlackHawk’s “Goodbye Says It All.” During Adam Sanders’ set, Mark Wills walked out to join Sanders on “She’s In Love.” Michael Ray offered up a fun rendition of “John Deere Green” and invited Marty Raybon and Mike McGuire of Shenandoah to the stage to collaborate on their hit “Two Dozen Roses,” followed by an impromptu, unrehearsed version of “The Church On Cumberland Road.”

During Lauren Alaina’s set, Martina McBride got in on the fun, joining her for “This One’s For The Girls,” and the fun-filled, nostalgia-packed evening capped off with Dustin Lynch, who brought Rhett Akins out to sing Akins’ first No. 1 single “That Ain’t My Truck,” followed by an all-star packed-stage rendition of “Friends In Low Places” to close out the night.

Pictured (L-R): Shenandoah’s Marty Raybon, Michael Ray, Johnstone Entertainment’s Cole Johnstone, Shenandoah’s Mike McGuire

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