WATCH: George Strait and Willie Nelson Duet on ‘Good-Hearted Woman’

by Keeli Parkey

George Strait, Willie Nelson, and a classic country song is a combination that is sure to please!

On Wednesday, a clip of their performance of Nelson’s “Good Hearted Woman” was shared on Strait’s Twitter page. The two stars take center stage with their guitars to duet on Nelson’s song about a woman in love with the wrong man. The crowd enjoys the performance and the two clearly enjoy singing alongside one another.

George Strait teamed up with Willie Nelson for their duet of “Good Hearted Woman” as part of the special event “Willie: Life & Songs of An American Outlaw.”

The concert took place at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville in January 2019.

Strait wasn’t the only star to appear on stage during the concert dedicated to Nelson’s classic songs. Alison Krauss, The Avett Brothers, Bobby Bare, Chris Stapleton, Dave Matthews, Emmylou Harris, Eric Church, George Strait, Jack Johnson, Jamey Johnson, Jason Isbell, Jimmy Buffett, John Mellencamp, Kris Kristofferson, Lee Ann Womack, Lukas Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Margo Price, Micah Nelson, Nathaniel Rateliff, Norah Jones and The Little Willies, Ray Benson, Rodney Crowell, Sheryl Crow, Steve Earle, Sturgill Simpson, Susan Tedeschi & Derek Trucks, and Vince Gill all reportedly participated in the event.

The concert became available for streaming as of Dec. 11, 2020. Platforms include Amazon, Amazon MP3, Apple iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify and Pandora.

Willie Nelson Hopes to Resume Touring After Pandemic

At 87 years young, Willie Nelson is ready to be on the road again. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Nelson, like so many other musicians, has been unable to safely share live performances with their fans.

“Well, it’s been crazy,” Nelson previously said. “It’s the longest time off the road that I can think of, we’ve ever had to go through before. We’ve always been able to play to some audience somewhere.”

But, the country music legend is hopeful live music will return.

“I know it’ll come back,” he said. “It may be a while, it may be next year sometime. But this will pass and we’ll get back to our normal thing.”