Remember When Roy Rogers & Clint Black Released A Duet?

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Remember When Roy Rogers & Clint Black Released A Duet? | Classic Country Music Videos

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Roy Rogers’ 1991 album Tribute was the talk of the country music world when it debuted, and the album ended up being Rogers’ highest-charting creative endeavor. The album tried something new for Rogers — cross-generational tracks that allowed a new generation of country music fans to enjoy all that the yodeling Rogers had to offer.

Clint Black teamed up with Rogers for the hit single “Hold On Partner.” The song wasn’t written specifically for Rogers and Black, rather, it was written by Larson and Bobby Paine. The cowboy sing-a-long was a hit among country music fans in all age groups.

Black wasn’t the only superstar featured on the album — The Oak Ridge Boys, K.T. Oslin, Emmylou Harris, and Lorrie Morgan were also featured.

 

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Rogers and Black easily passed for father and son in the fun video that went with the song, and fans weren’t the only ones who felt that the collaboration was a success. As the song topped the country music charts, fans weren’t the only ones who couldn’t get enough of the superstar duo.

The pair earned a Grammy nomination for Best Country Vocal Collaboration, and they performed the song at the awards ceremony.

Check out the full music video below featuring these two beloved country legends and let us know if you remember the first time you heard this song!

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