Post Malone’s Stagecoach Set Was Full Of 90’s Country Covers, Featured Special Guests Dwight Yoakam, Sara Evans, & Brad Paisley

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The Post Malone country album can’t be too far away now since we got the Post Malone country setlist at Stagecoach.

Coming off the release of a cover of Brad Paisley’s “I’m Gonna Miss Her” on Friday, and in theme with the plethora of country music teasers the past couple of months, Post Malone went full country with his performance at “California’s Country Music Festival.”

Posty opened up with a cover of Tyler Childers’ “Whitehouse Road,” and played other country classics like Tim McGraw’s “Don’t Take the Girl,” Toby Keith’s “Who’s Your Daddy?,” and Randy Travis’ “Three Wooden Crosses.”

And this impressive rendition of “Check Yes or No” by George Strait:

@bopclipss Check Yes or No🥹 #georgestrait #postmalone #stagecoach #fyp #tiktok ♬ original sound – bopclips

Though he handled that song and most of the others by himself, Posty wasn’t alone up on stage for most of the night. With all of the connections and collaborations that Post Malone seems to have, it was a star-studded, country-cameo filled set that got kicked off with a little help from country legend Dwight Yoakam.

Post Malone and a denim-jacket-rocking Yoakam rocked Stagecoach with a performance of “Little Ways,” as you can see in the clip below:

@lagabitaoc Post Malone at @stagecoach day two. Special Guest: Dwight Yoakam #stagecoach #postmalone #concertlife #musicfestival #dwightyoakam #countrymusic ♬ original sound – gabs

Post Malone then continued on with his set, and a couple of songs later, he brought out none other than Brad Paisley. With Malone’s recent release of a Paisley cover, it was only right that they tackled “I’m Gonna Miss Her” together:

@bopclipss Stagecoach Post Malone set 2024 #bradpaisely #postmalone #stagecoach #fyp #tiktok ♬ original sound – bopclips

Paisley also stayed on to duet “One More Last Chance,” a Vince Gill classic. Brad was met with loud cheers as he exited the stage at Stagecoach, a festival that he himself as headlined before.

The setlist rolled on with another special guest in Sara Evans, who started her country career in the late 90’s and has carried on a successful music, producing and acting career in the past two decades. It was only right for her and Post Malone to give the festival crowd a taste of her 2003 hit “Suds in the Bucket.”

@lagabitaoc Post Malone at @stagecoach day two. Special guest: Sara Evans #stagecoach #postmalone #concertlife #musicfestival #saraevans #countrymusic ♬ original sound – gabs

And to close out the set, Post Malone brought Brad Paisley back out on stage to perform a rowdy, raucous, high-spirited cover of everyone’s favorite Alan Jackson song. “Chattahoochee” was the perfect way to finish out Post Malone’s country setlist, and as you’ll be able to see in the video below, the crowd was loving it:

@bopclipss Brad Paisley and Post Malone PART 2 #alanjacksonmusic #alanjackson #bradpaisely #postmalone #stagecoach #fyp #tiktok ♬ original sound – bopclips

When Post Malone’s country music album inevitably comes out, a cover of “Chattahoochee” better be on there. But I guess we’ll just have to continue to hurry up and wait to see what the hip-hop and rap artist includes on his “gone country” project.

At least we have this Stagecoach set…

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock