Aug. 15, 2017 10:47AM EST
Miranda Lambert has been living up to the title of her Highway Vagabond Tour by traveling the country for both her own shows and popping up during surprise performances with her friends. She seems to be everywhere, which can only be a good thing. Over the weekend at Whitewater Amphitheater in New Braunfels, TX, she came out early to join opener Wade Bowen for a soulful cover of George Strait's "A Fire I Can't Put Out."
Summer is the season for live music. Everyone is on the road opening, headlining, and playing festivals with one another. This means we are bound to get some pretty epic collaborations and performances. One of the most impressive performances of this summer came during the Great Jones County Fair in Monticello, Iowa when Frankie Ballard joined Keith Urban onstage for a explosive cover of Georgia Satellites' 1986 hit, "Keep Your Hands to Yourself."
Lauryn Judd's talents were so impressive during her acoustic remix of Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," Alicia Keys thought she was listening to a duet. Turns out, it was just Lauren, a 17-year-old from Utah, who is known as the singing girl" amongst her friends.
Judd's remix of the Lauper classic remained in the same vocal register, but had a much more mellow vibe.
Keys, Gwen Stefani, and Blake Shelton turned their chairs during the blind audition on "The Voice," prompting Blake to say, "Two fun girls just turned their chair for ya... I would love to be somebody who helps you."
In the end, Judd went with Keys.