Although originally sung by the Marshall Tucker Band in 1973, the big names of country music revamped the humble beat with their killer vocals and vibrant talent! The band's frontman Zac Brown introduced the rocker, identifying him as a "good friend and brother", essentially cueing Rock to make his way onto the stage and interact with his audience. His powerful vocals kicked off the song's intro as he sang, "I'm gonna take a freight train, down at the station/ I don't care where it goes/ Gonna climb me a mountain, the highest mountain/ Jump off, nobody gonna know."
The band backed the rockstar up on the song's piercing lyrics, allowing their vocals to blend with Rock's as he passionately sang, "Can't you see oh can't you see/ What that woman, she been doin' to me/ Can't you see, can't you see/ What that woman lord been doin' to me."
The audience was infatuated with the incredible live performance, later making its way onto Zac Brown Band's live album embodying their concert in Atlanta.
You can listen to this compelling performance below!
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