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Saturday night was full of top-notch country music at the Grand Ole Opry.
Before Luke Combs and Craig Morgan took the stage (keeping their six-plus feet of distance), Old Crow Medicine Show and Charlie Worsham lit it up.
Combs then performed his soon-to-be released quarantine hit, “Six Feet Apart,” while Morgan performed a new one called “Mask.”
“I really was excited about doing this because I think this is such a historic time,” Craig said.
The two went back and forth, giving the folks at home some much-needed entertainment during these wild times.
We will one day be able to look back and say we got to do the show when no one was here.”
Craig and Luke also performed a damn-near flawless cover of John Conlee’s “Rose Colored Glasses,” which you can see below.
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