Blake Shelton and Brad Paisley just rocked a George Strait country classic that y’all will absolutely love youtube

Apparently “Team Blake” from “The Voice” had some extra free time this week.

Brad Paisley joined coach Blake Shelton has the celebrity mentor.

The two country superstars took a break from mentoring to pay homage to country legend George Strait and his 1985 hit “The Fireman.” With two guitars in hand, the two sounded amazing and gave the artists-in-training something wonderful to look up to… including front-runner Tyler Dickerson.

Dickerson, a member of “Team Blake” and a once Nashville insider known ‘as the next Travis Tritt,’ wowed Shelton with his rendition of “Hard to Handle.” “I got signed at 15 and [Big and Rich’s] John Rich became my manager and producer. When I was out on tour I got a call and it was the president of the label saying they were closing down,” Dickerson told the crowd after getting Shelton to turn his chair for him. “After that, I got into a bad car accident and flipped my van over five times and you know, I had it all and it was all taken away, but now I am here and this is my second chance.”

Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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