CMT Crossroads

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CMT Crossroads
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 52
Running time 60 minutes
Original channel CMT
Original release January 13, 2002
External links

CMT Crossroads is a television show broadcast on CMT that pairs country music artists with musicians from other music genres, frequently trading off performing one another's songs, and also dueting on some numbers.


Crossroads premiered on January 13, 2002, and so far there has been fifty-two episodes to date. Some artists have appeared in more than episode such as Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, and John Meyer.

List of performances[edit]

Date Episodes Songs performed
January 13, 2002 Lucinda Williams and Elvis Costello
February 17, 2002 Hank Williams Jr. and Kid Rock
April 21, 2002 Brooks & Dunn and ZZ Top
May 26, 2002 Ryan Adams and Elton John
June 16, 2002 Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow
October 18, 2002 Dixie Chicks and James Taylor
December 6, 2002 Travis Tritt and Ray Charles
October 3, 2003 Kenny Chesney and John Mellencamp
November 28, 2003 Dolly Parton and Melissa Etheridge
December 12, 2003 Martina McBride and Pat Benatar
January 9, 2004 Emmylou Harris and Dave Matthews
May 14, 2004 Brad Paisley and John Mayer
July 9, 2004 Wynonna and Heart
December 10, 2004 Montgomery Gentry and Lynyrd Skynyrd
February 19, 2005 Keith Urban and John Fogerty
June 17, 2005 Ronnie Milsap and Los Lonely Boys
September 16, 2005 Sugarland and Bon Jovi
November 26, 2005 Kenny Rogers and Lionel Richie
February 11, 2006 Lyle Lovett and Bonnie Raitt
September 15, 2006 Rosanne Cash and Steve Earle
December 2, 2006 Little Big Town and Lindsey Buckingham
February 24, 2007 Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby
June 24, 2007 Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson "Why Haven't I Heard from You", "Since U Been Gone", "Walk Away", "The Greatest Man I Never Knew", "Because of You", "Fancy"
September 21, 2007 Trisha Yearwood and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
December 7, 2007 LeAnn Rimes and Joss Stone
February 11, 2008 Alison Krauss and Robert Plant
May 9, 2008 Sara Evans and Maroon 5
September 24, 2008 Trace Adkins and 38 Special
November 7, 2008 Taylor Swift and Def Leppard "Photograph", "Picture to Burn", "Love Story", "Hysteria", "Teardrops on My Guitar", "When Love & Hate Collide", "Should've Said No", "Pour Some Sugar on Me"
March 23, 2009 Shooter Jennings and Jamey Johnson
June 26, 2009 Jason Aldean and Bryan Adams "Heaven"
March 19, 2010 Zac Brown Band and Jimmy Buffett
June 18, 2010 Keith Urban and John Mayer
July 9, 2010 Kenny Chesney and Steve Miller
July 9, 2010 Martina McBride and Train "Marry Me"
February 5, 2011 Faith Hill and The Pretenders "This Kiss"
June 24, 2011 Luke Bryan and The Doobie Brothers
November 25, 2011 Vince Gill and Sting
February 4, 2012 Carrie Underwood and Steven Tyler "Cowboy Casanova"
June 23, 2012 Joe Walsh & Friends (with Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans,
Luke Bryan, Hunter Hayes, Billy Gibbons)
September 20, 2012 Emmylou Harris and Mumford & Sons
November 23, 2012 Randy Travis and The Avett Brothers "Three Wooden Crosses", "The Carpenter", "Forever and Ever, Amen", "I and Love and You"
February 2, 2013 Rascal Flatts and Journey "Separate Ways", "Life Is a Highway", "Fast Cars and Freedom", "Wheel in the Sky", "God Bless the Broken Road", "Faithfully", "What Hurts the Most", "Don't Stop Believin'"[1]
June 23, 2013 Willie Nelson & Friends (with Sheryl Crow, Jamey Johnson,
Norah Jones, Ashley Monroe, Leon Russell and Neil Young)
September 13, 2013 Lady Antebellum and Stevie Nicks "Edge of Seventeen", "Love Don't Live Here", "Need You Now", "Landlside", "Golden", "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around", "Gold Dust Woman", "Rhiannon"[2]
November 29, 2013 The Band Perry and Fall Out Boy "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)"
March 21, 2014 Dierks Bentley and OneRepublic "Counting Stars"
June 13, 2014 Kacey Musgraves and Katy Perry "Teenage Dream", "Follow Your Arrow", "Firework", "Here You Come Again", "Step Off", "I Can't Make You Love Me", "Roar", "Merry Go 'Round"[3]
September 26, 2014 Lee Ann Womack and John Legend "Ashes by Now", "Save Room", "The Way I'm Livin'", "You and I (Nobody in the World)", "I Hope You Dance", "I May Hate Myself in the Morning", "All of Me"[4]
November 28, 2014 Jason Aldean and Bob Seger "Hollywood Nights", "Tattoos on This Town", "Just Gettin' Started", "Turn the Page", "She's Country", "Night Train", "Against the Wind", "Hey Gypsy"[5]
June 27, 2015 [6] Brantley Gilbert and Lynryd Skynyrd

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "CMT Crossroads: Journey and Rascal Flatts Live From Super Bowl XLVII". Viacom. Retrieved June 18, 2015. 
  2. ^ "CMT Crossroads: Stevie Nicks and Lady Antebellum". Viacom. Retrieved June 18, 2015. 
  3. ^ "CMT Crossroads: Katy Perry and Kacey Musgraves". Viacom. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  4. ^ "CMT Crossroads: John Legend and Lee Ann Womack". Viacom. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  5. ^ "CMT Crossroads: Bob Seger and Jason Aldean". viacom. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  6. ^ "CMT Crossroads: Lynyrd Skynyrd and Brantley Gilbert Airing June 27". Viacom. May 8, 2015. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 

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