John Mayer and Keith Urban, two great musical tastes, are even better together on an upcoming broadcast of CMT Crossroads.
The Grammy winners trade vocals and guitar licks on each other's songs before a rapturous crowd at the Nashville concert, to be broadcast June 18. The show will feature their collaboration on songs including Urban's "Sweet Thing" (above), "If Ever Could I Love" and "Til Summer Comes Around," Mayer's "Perfectly Lonely" and "Gravity" and George Michael's "Faith."
Both artists have appeared on Crossroads before – Mayer with Brad Paisley in 2004, Urban with John Fogerty in 2005. This is their first show together, and the first time artists have a repeat appearance on the program in its eight-year history.