If you listen closely, you’ll hear Alison Krauss singing on Alabama’s new single, “Come Find Me.” The Country Music Hall of Famers are releasing a second song from their Southern Drawl album that came out last fall, just as they launch their 2016 tour of the same name. They play their first date May 12 with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to having an impressive collection of 27 Grammys, Alison also has a pretty good track record as a duet partner. Her guest vocals on Brad Paisley’s “Whiskey Lullaby,” as well as Shenandoah’s “Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart” from 1994 both resulted in big hits. Her cover of Keith Whitley’s “When You Say Nothing at All” was a chart topper in 1995 as well.
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