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    Garth Brooks/Reba McEntire Duet Would You Be Here For It?

    A duet I have wanted to have happen since the early 90s is a Garth Brooks/Reba duet. The King and Queen of country music.

    Would you be here for it?

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    I think it'd be interesting for certain
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    Not me. I have never liked her voice.
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    Hell yeah, I would! Her duets album several years back was great. I'd love to see her do another one with a Garth duet.

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    Take these with a grain of salt until verified but....

    Evident setlists for 3/20 late show, and 3/21 shows

    3/21 late show

    Man Against Machine
    Rodeo
    Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House
    The Beaches of Cheyenne
    The River
    Two Piña Coladas
    Papa Loved Mama
    Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)
    Unanswered Prayers
    If Tomorrow Never Comes
    That Summer
    The Thunder Rolls
    People Loving People
    In Another's Eyes
    Trisha Yearwood
    XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)
    How Do I Live
    PrizeFighter
    Georgia Rain
    She's in Love With the Boy
    Garth Brooks
    Shameless
    Callin' Baton Rouge
    Friends in Low Places
    The Dance

    Encore:
    The Fever

    Encore 2:
    Night Moves
    Amarillo By Morning
    Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
    Standing Outside the Fire

    3/21 early show

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    3/21 late show
    Man Against Machine

    Rodeo

    Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House

    The Beaches of Cheyenne

    The River

    Two Piña Coladas

    Papa Loved Mama

    Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)

    Unanswered Prayers

    Make You Feel My Love
    That Summer

    The Thunder Rolls

    People Loving People

    In Another's Eyes
    XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)
    How Do I Live
    Walkaway Joe
    She's In Love With The Boy
    Shameless
    Callin' Baton Rouge
    Friends in Low Places
    The Dance

    Encore:
    The Fever
    Encore 2:
    Mom
    Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy
    Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
    Longneck Bottle
    Standing Outside the Fire
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    Whatcha Gonna Do With a Cowboy???? Holy_____! I have to see a video of that!

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    Man!! from what I am hearing, he did She's Every Woman followed by what she's doing now.. and put in Good Ride Cowboy and If Tomorrow Never Comes.. also sounding like his voice is rather hoarse right now- but he DOES have a day off before Tuesday!
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    Maybe you'll get your wish at the ACMs next month, I believe Reba's scheduled to perform as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkcountry View Post
    A duet I have wanted to have happen since the early 90s is a Garth Brooks/Reba duet. The King and Queen of country music.

    Would you be here for it?
    I misunderstood the title of this thread and thought that there was a new duet called "Would You Be Here for It" that was being announced. Also, as much as I love Garth, the reigning King is still George Strait. Reba, however, I will readily concede is still the reigning Queen.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Sevens View Post
    Hell yeah, I would! Her duets album several years back was great. I'd love to see her do another one with a Garth duet.
    I was really disappointed by that album. Most of the songwriting was mediocre at best, and the entire production was built around showing off vocals, with scant attention paid to servicing the song. It was an exercise in self-indulgence from start to finish. Hell, even the package conceded that no one cared about the songs themselves; flip the CD over to the back and it only lists the duet partners instead of song titles. Why? Because no one cared what was being sung; just who it was being sung with. That's a horrible mentality for an album of any kind, in any genre, by any artist.

    Quote Originally Posted by Emerald Isle View Post
    Whatcha Gonna Do With a Cowboy???? Holy_____! I have to see a video of that!
    YES! I'm thrilled to hear that this is back in the set list mix! I got to hear Chris LeDoux sing that on 4 June 2004. Man, am I glad I was able to make it to that show! Anyone who cares to see the set list from that show will find it >here<. Also, if anyone here uses setlist.fm and wants to friend me over there, here's >my profile<.

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    I know both Strait and Reba did a co-headlining tour a while back, but I think they should be the ones doing a duet, I don't even care if they release it as a single as long as they do it.

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    Honestly, and this is prob. not the popular opinion, I don't really want to hear at Garth/Reba duet- back in the day sure, it would have been awesome- Garth's trying to 're-emerge'.. Reba's kinda fallen way to the wayside IMO.. Sure, they are both still awesome.. But it's yet another take on WHAT WAS and not WHAT IS..... For Garth to do that would keep one foot in the 'what used to be when things were different' pond.. Garth needs to truly break through/step forward if he wants to recapture FULLY what the magic was, not what nostalgia can be. (once again, take KISS , one of Garth's influences, as a model..... They reunited- TREMENDOUS tour..... all the 'old stuff'... yet, they couldn't fully recapture the 'new'... Psycho Circus- ho hum.. sonic boom- ho hum.. Monster.. HO HUM.. 1 maybe 2 memorable songs each..) Now? for all intents and purposes, they're a nostalgia band.. Legions of fans, yes- but not relevant...

    Garth needs to continue his re-emergence without totally dipping into the nostalgia pond too much.... for any sense of longevity...
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    Are we talking about Kix or Garth?? Just kidding. I would leave the Reba duets to B&D. Actually I would love to see their shows out in Vegas.

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