Watch Luke Bryan & Mitchell Tenpenny Cover A Billy Currington Hit

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Luke Bryan and Mitchell Tenpenny joined forces onstage during a performance in Gilford, New Hampshire, and they rocked a fan-favorite country anthem by Billy Currington. Bryan sat at a piano while Tenpenny played his guitar as the two country artists covered “Good Directions.” The early 2000s song released on Currington’s 11-track project, Doin’ Somethin’ Right:

“I was sittin' there sellin' turnips on a flatbed truck/ Crunchin' on a pork rind when she pulled up/ She had to be thinkin' this is where rednecks come from/ She had Hollywood written on her license plate/ She was lost and lookin' for the interstate/ Needin' directions, and I was the man for the job
“I told her way up yonder past the caution light/ There's a little country store with an old Coke sign/ You gotta stop in and ask Miss Bell for some of her sweet tea/ Then a left will take you to the interstate/ But a right will bring you right back here to me”

Bryan is currently on his “Raised Up Right Tour,” which includes Tenpenny, Riley Green and DJ Rock. The name is a nod to the lyrics of one of Bryan’s latest hits, “Up,” a nostalgic track that’s included on the deluxe edition of his seventh studio album, Born Here Live Here Die Here. Bryan has said that being “raised up right” means “having your parents stay on ya, teach you respect and humility and being a gentleman. …Being raised up right is just respect for others, being humble, having a good heart and just being kind to everybody you come in contact with.”

Watch him cover Currington’s hit song with Tenpenny here: