The country crooners were in perfect harmony backstage in Edmonton, Canada

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The country crooners were in perfect harmony backstage in Edmonton, Canada.

Meghan Overdeep
June 16, 2017

Tim McGraw took some time out of his busy schedule recently for a backstage jam session with up-and-coming country trio, Midland. McGraw and the Texas-bred band, who joined him and his wife Faith Hill for the Canadian leg of their Soul2Soul Tour, performed a spine-tingling acoustic version of Alabama’s, “Dixieland Delight.” Accompanied by guitar, snare drum, and fiddle, the four men were in perfect harmony for their fuss-free rendition of the southern classic.

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“Got to hang backstage with Midland at #Soul2Soul Edmonton and sang one of the best! - Alabama ‘Dixieland Delight,’” McGraw captioned the black and white video on Facebook (below).

 

Got to hang backstage with Midland at #Soul2Soul Edmonton and sang one of the best! - Alabama "Dixieland Delight"

Posted by Tim McGraw on Thursday, June 15, 2017

"That one came together," Midland lead singer Mark Wystrach says when they finished. "That was the one."

Last week Midland’s single "Drinkin' Problem" hit reached the number 14 spot—its highest position ever—on the Billboard Country Airplay.