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This famous onstage duet just gave thousands of country fans the thrill of their lives

Country music superstar Keith Urban gave fans a memorable moment at the Los Angeles Staples Center on Oct. 20, when he brought out a famous guest.

The 48-year-old Aussie invited the legendary producer Nile Rodgers to the stage to duet on their collaboration, “Sun Don’t Let Me Down” off of Keith’s 2016 “Ripcord” album.

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This is the first time that Nile and Keith joined forces onstage with the funky track that they co-wrote and co-produced. But, it seems as though they’ve been playing it together for years.

“We’ve been on the road since May, and we play this song every night, and we haven’t had the chance to play this together,” Keith told the crowd, “I’ve been dying for us to play it together, and we get to finally do it.”

Keith then introduced Niles by calling out the hits that he had a hand in making, including Chic’s “Freak Out,” Madonna’s “Like a Virgin,” Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family,” David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” and Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” which also features Pharrell Williams.

Appearing onstage, Nile shared a few heartfelt words, too, before the buddies launched into their high-adrenaline performance.

Niles said,“I just want to say one thing about this man. He is the brother I never had. He is the greatest gentleman in all of music. It’s true. A few years ago, I was stricken with cancer. I met Keith, and we just became bros. He gave me the best birthday party like you couldn’t believe and just working with him is the most loving experience ever.”

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Then the two big shots electrified the audience with their incredible musicianship. Red and purple lights flashed behind them, as they rocked out on a pair of electric guitars. Heck, they even used their free hands to incorporate some groovy movements. Nearing the end of “Sun Don’t Let Me Down,” Keith sang the words “break it down,” and the lights went low. Then the pals popped up and faced each other for an ultimate jam battle finale with two of Keith’s other band members.

Watch the clip above to see Keith and Nile slay “Sun Don’t Let Me Down.” Believe us, you’ll want to dance along!

Thomas Rhett Shows Off His 'Baby Face' With Clean-Shaven Look

Thomas Rhett is easily recognizable thanks to his scruffy exterior, so it was quite a shock to fans on Sunday (Oct. 23) when the "Star of the Show" singer shared a photo on Instagram of his new, clean-shaven face.

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Dierks Bentley and Elle King Channel Johnny and June at the Opry [Watch]

Though Elle King isn't a country artist by trade, this performance with Dierks Bentley would argue otherwise.

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Dierks Bentley and Elle King Cover Johnny and June at the Opry [Watch]

Though Elle King isn't a country artist by trade, this performance with Dierks Bentley would argue otherwise.

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Photographer sues Minneapolis studio over Prince photos

A man who photographed Prince during the late music superstar's early years is suing a Minneapolis studio to recover about 3,000 original pictures.

Allen Beaulieu's federal lawsuit is against Studio 1124 and its owner, Clint Stockwell.

The lawsuit says Beaulieu photographed Prince as early as 1978. Some of his work was used on album covers and liner artwork for "Dirty Mind," ''Controversy" and "1999."

Beaulieu says he also shot behind-the-scenes photos while traveling with Prince.

Beaulieu says he owns the copyrights and only gave Stockwell pictures to scan to help produce a photo book. Beaulieu says Stockwell is refusing to return the photos and copies.

Prince died April 21 of a drug overdose.

Stockwell tells KSTP-TV there's no copyright infringement. He says he's been helping Beaulieu and hasn't been paid.

Kip Moore Shares New Song, 'All Time Low' [LISTEN]

Kip Moore shares the latest song from his upcoming EP.

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Kenny Chesney's 'Rich and Miserable' Comes With Equally Raw Lyric Video

Kenny Chesney is definitely taking a risk with "Rich and Miserable," but all signs point to it paying off.

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Carrie Underwood proves she has a heart of gold with this huge gift

What did you do Friday afternoon? Probably worked, maybe kicked off a little early to hang out with your friends, or picked the kiddos up from school for a weekend of fall festivities. Those all sound like great options for the kick-off to the weekend, but a group of Houston area girls got a superstar hang on Oct. 21 when Carrie Underwood dropped by.

Dick’s Sporting Goods, who partners with Carrie on her Calia by Carrie fitness line, was celebrating the grand opening of new stores in the greater Houston area, so the country singer stopped by between tour stops to help present a donation of $100,000 to the Aldine Independent School System girls’ sports teams.

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But, that wasn’t the only reason Carrie attended the event. As a former high school athlete herself, the Oklahoma native spent time with her fellow athletes talking about her experiences and how playing sports and cheerleading helped shape her as an adult.

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Carrie, looking fresh-faced and pony-tailed in her own line of athletic gear, told Houston’s local ABC affiliate, ABC 13, “I grew up playing softball and basketball. I was a cheerleader for a little bit. It was fun, but you also learn so many life lessons from sports. You learn how to win and lose together… how to work as a team. You’re taking direction from somebody [who] is not your parents. There’s still a lot that carries over into what I do now. I’m still workinng with a team. I’m still practicing to get better at stuff.”

Carrie Underwood hinted that there would be more surprise visits with female athletes in the future, but there’s no confirmation… yet.

Luke Bryan reveals why he isn’t satisfied with his success so far

Luke Bryan is the reigning CMA entertainer of the year, having won that top category the past two years in a row. Only a handful of stars, like Kenny Chesney, Garth Brooks and George Strait, have pulled off that feat.

Luke is nominated for entertainer of the year again at The 50th Annual CMA Awards coming up Nov. 2. He says, “I can honestly say I still can’t believe I’ve won multiple ones. I’m so honored by that. I’m always honored to receive that nomination.”

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The odd thing about Luke’s CMA Awards history is he’s never won a trophy besides those two Entertainer wins. Luke hopes to change that very soon.

“[I don’t want to] ever be complacent with just one nomination for Entertainer every year for the next 20 years,” Luke says. “Heck, I want to always be revered as trying to write the best songs and find the best songs and make the best albums.”

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This year, Luke is also up for musical event of the year, but he’d like to see his name mentioned in the male vocalist and album of the year categories more often, too.

Says Luke, “I’ll always be driven to sprinkle [in] those nominations, too. They don’t come to me as much as I’d like. It is the way it is, but it drives me, too. It’s interesting how it works, but I’m always humbled by where I’ve been in this business.”

Look for Luke to perform on The 50th Annual CMA Awards coming up  at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Nov. 2 on ABC.

Watch Miranda Lambert Perform 'The Weight of These Wings' Track 'Covered Wagon' Live in Concert

Miranda Lambert performed a song from "The Weight of These Wings" live in May.

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