Brooks & Dunn’s ‘Boot Scootin’ Boogie’ With Midland Is Country Gold [Listen]
The vocalists together make it sound like they've been performing as one unit for years. The song is almost a cousin to Midland's current single, "Mr. Lonely," so it was a good fit for their collaboration for the iconic duo's rebirth.
Mark Wystrach begins the first verse, inviting Ronnie Dunn in to join him for what's a perfect down-home country harmony.
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The song was released on Brooks & Dunn's 1993 album Hard Workin' Man and reached No. 50 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, though it was originally recorded by the band Asleep at the Wheel for their 1990 album Keepin' Me Up Nights.
Reboot also features modern artists Kane Brown on "Believe," Luke Combs on "Brand New Man," Jon Pardi on 'My Next Broken Heart" and Lanco on "Mama Don't Get Dressed Up for Nothing." The album also includes duets with Kacey Musgraves on "Neon Moon," Brett Young on "Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You," Ashley McBryde, Thomas Rhett, Brothers Osborne, Cody Johnson and Tyler Booth.
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