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Gorgeous is the only word to describe this Eric Church duet Instagram/@camcountry
Instagram/@camcountry

On Aug. 10, Eric Church performed in Morrison, Colorado for the second night of two sold-out shows at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

There, he welcomed rising female country cutie Cam to the stage to join him for an epic duet of “Like Jesus Does.”

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Eric told the roaring crowd, “I’m going to bring some help out here on this next song. [She’s] one of my favorite artists that’s out right now.”

Eric, then, crooned the first verse solo on guitar. And, before you knew it Cam walked out in a bright, yellow leather jacket that was strikingly similar in style to the North Carolina native’s black one. Heck, they both had on a pair of vintage sunglasses, too. But aside from their semi-matching outfits, their voices blended perfectly. And, you could tell that they both have so much admiration for each other!

Cam was Eric’s opening act for that evening. And, clearly it was a night to remember for the platinum blonde singer, because she dubbed it the most magical night of her life. But, that’s not all. Cam gushed about her memorable moment spent with “The Chief” via Instagram with two photos.

Cam wrote, “I don’t know how to give enough gratitude for this moment. Got to sing with my idol, @ericchurchmusic”

A second image featured the backs of the artists with the caption, “Everyone stood up for us!! I can’t even.”

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Cam, we can’t even either! We so wish you and Eric 2ould put out a duets album together!

Prior to that performance, Maren Morris joined Eric on day one of the two-night stay. The Red Rocks show was one of a handful of select shows that Eric’s been playing before he embarks on his solo 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour. The trek kicks off on Jan. 13 in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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