Larry Fleet Teams Up With Zach Williams For Incredible Cover Of The Allman Brothers’ “Midnight Rider”

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When I look back at some of the greatest southern rock songs of all time, one that always instantly comes to mind is “Midnight Rider” by the Allman Brothers, off their 1970 Idlewild South album.

From the kickass vocals of Gregg Allman, to the catchy guitar riffs and chorus, it’s one of those songs that will forever withstand the test of time.

A number of artists have covered the song over the years, including Hank Williams Jr., Zac Brown Band, Blackberry Smoke, and many more.

With that being said, I may have come across arguably the best rendition of the song to date…

And it was performed by no other than Larry Fleet, and contemporary Christian artist Zach Williams.

Now there’s one thing for certain about this duo, and it’s that they arguably have two of the most soulful voices in all of mainstream music.

We’ve seen Fleet cover a number of songs in the past, including Earl Thomas Conley’s “Holding Her and Loving You,” and Morgan Wallen’s “Sand In My Boots.”

Needless to say, the duo’s voices mesh perfectly for an incredible rendition of “Midnight Rider.”

Check it out:

And of course, we gotta throw in the original:

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