To support his extremely successful album Desperate Man, Eric Church set out on a unique tour where he plays each venue two nights in a row. Appropriately titled Double Down Tour, Church booked dates in Omaha, St. Louis, Toronto, Milwaukee, and more!
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Accompanying him on the tour is country singer Joanna Cotten, who is actually a member of his band but gets her time to shine at each tour stop. In St. Louis, they performed the Beatles’ classic “Come Together,” and it was all anyone could talk about for weeks!
Now, they are giving the fans something to talk about again – this time, with a duet of Shania Twain‘s “No One Needs To Know.”
What made their duet to this song, which Twain released as the sixth single off her 1995 album The Woman In Me, so special, was that they performed it in Ontario, which just so happens to be the “Life’s About To Get Good” singer’s hometown.
Cotten sang lead vocals, while Church harmonized with her to the fun and upbeat song. At one point, both of the singers forgot the lyrics and burst into laughter, prompting cheers and applause from the crowd encouraging them to continue. It was an awesome duet that everyone in the crowd loved – and so did we!
Watch their awesome duet in the video below.