Jason Aldean gave his fans a one-of-a-kind moment during a special show on Monday night (Feb. 5) in Nashville, when Garth Brooks joined him onstage for a two-song set.

Aldean was onstage in the ballroom of the Omni Hotel in downtown Nashville as part of a special Amazon Music event during the annual Country Radio Seminar when Brooks unexpectedly joined him onstage. The superstar pair performed Aldean's hit "My Kinda Party," and then wrapped their performance with Brooks' iconic "Friends in Low Places." Check out the video above to hear part of "Friends in Low Places," which featured Brooks on the first two verses, with Aldean taking the third and final "secret" verse that was not part of the recording, but Brooks has been including in his live shows for years.

Aldean's set closed out a night that also included performances from Jordan Davis and Jimmie Allen. Brooks took the stage in the middle of "My Kinda Party." Check out the video below for part of that performance:

CRS takes place every February in Nashville, bringing together artists, record labels, country radio programmers from around the country and media for three days of showcases, interviews, panels and seminars that recognize the best of the previous year while setting the agenda for the next year in country music. This year's event will culminate with the 2018 New Faces of Country Music Show on Wednesday night (Feb. 7).

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