Tim McGraw And Luke Combs Light Up Nashville With 'Real Good Man' Duet

By Blake Taylor

August 5, 2019

Tim McGraw And Luke Combs Light Up Nashville With 'Real Good Man' Duet

During the 2019 CMA Music Festival, Tim McGraw hit the big stage at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium to perform a special rendition of his 2003 hit song, “Real Good Man.” To take the show to the next level, the country megastar invited the “When It Rains It Pours” singer, Luke Combs up on stage to perform the fan-favorite with him.

Combs held his own alongside McGraw, powerfully delivering his lines of the song until the two joined together for the main chorus- "I may be a real bad boy / But baby I'm a real good man." McGraw and Combs gave an energetic performance for the crowd of nearly 50,000 country music fans all packed in tight.

McGraw and Combs weren't the only surprise collaboration to perform during this four day country music festival. Other sets featured big stars like Carrie Underwood who was joined by the one and only, Joan Jett for a unforgettable collaboration. The two sang a number of Jett's hits including "I Hate Myself for Loving You," "I Love Rock & Roll," "Crimson and Clover," and "Bad Reputation."

Additionally, Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Keith Urban all took the stage for a performance of the wildly popular "Old Town Road," while the legendary Brooks & Dunn joined in on Brothers Osborne's set. It was truly a night to remember.

The CMA Festival aired last night (August 4) on ABC. If you missed it last night, the CMA Festival is also now available to stream on ABC.com, the ABC app, and Hulu.

Check out the clips below to see Tim McGraw and Luke Comb's live collaboration of "Real Good Man."

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