5b91ef3a34772f49286553cc_330x186Country newcomer Russell Dickerson rocked the Hard Rock Cafe stage Saturday afternoon at CMA Fest with a little help from his friends. Before Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard took the stage in front of 60,000 country fans at LP Field that night, he made an unannounced appearance joining Dickerson at the Hard Rock Cafe stage near the riverfront. During his set, Dickerson showcased a mixture of unreleased songs and fan favorites, but no one knew what surprise he had in store.

f80d0d0ae59d00aa5087747e_279x186 - CopyFor his last song, “That’s My Girl,” Dickerson made an announcement, telling the crowd, “I wrote this song with two buddies of mine, one is from Florida and one is from Georgia…” The crowd erupted as Hubbard made his way up to the stage to join Dickerson in a special duet of “That’s My Girl.”

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Country newcomer Russell Dickerson rocked the Hard Rock Cafe stage Saturday afternoon at CMA Fest with a little help from his friends. Before Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard took the stage in front of 60,000 country fans at LP Field that night, he made an unannounced appearance joining Dickerson...