Jamey Johnson’s Dad Joins Him On Opry Stage For Chilling Duet

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Jamey Johnson’s dad joined him onstage at the Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday night (August 1), where they performed Kris Kristofferson’s song “Why Me Lord.”

Johnson was on the bill at the Opry for Tuesday night. His duet with his father was not the only surprise. He also sang a surprise duet with newcomer Megan Maroney. The two sang “Angel From Montgomery,” a song they have performed many times together.

Meet Jamey Johnson’s Dad, Howard Johnson

Jamey was raised in Montgomery, Alabama and inherited his love for country music from his parents. He was introduced to the likes of Alan Jackson and Alabama at an early age, thanks to his dad, Howard Johnson. Howard is country music lover, and has even taken the stage with his talented son multiple times over the years.

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Jamey And His Dad Take The Opry

At Tuesday night’s (August 1) show, Howard joined Jamey on the legendary Grand Ole Opry stage. Singing Kris Kristofferson’s song “Why Me Lord,” which he released in 1972.

Their harmonies are truly chilling, so make sure that you press play on the video below!