In one of the most epic collaborations ever, some of country music's greatest outlaw singers came together for an unforgettable performance of "Workin' Man Blues."
As part of a 2005 CMT special called CMT Outlaws, five of the genre's most well-known artists teamed up to sing Haggard's iconic song. Led by "The Hag" himself, the group also consisted of Toby Keith, David Allan Coe, Billy Joe Shaver, and Jack Ingram.
Haggard was the first one out on stage, and everyone else followed as he started to sing the beginning portion of the song. From that moment on each of the other artists chimed in to sing a part, showing off their own unique styles in the process.
At the conclusion of the fun-filled performance, Haggard finished the whole thing off by singing the last few lines. It's clear from the crowd's reaction that they loved it, and we did too!
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