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You never know what will happen during CMA Fest week. On Wednesday morning, Blake Shelton tweeted to fans they could be a part of the music video for the chart-topping hit  “God’s Country.”

The first 50 fans to arrive at Warner Music at 20 Music Square East, Nashville at 9:30 am Friday, June 7th will have the opportunity to make an appearance in the video.

That wasn’t the only news that Shelton released on Wednesday, it seems he and Garth Brooks are diving into a new project.

Brooks was at Ole Red in Nashville where he spilled the news to ET saying the two will release a duet on June 18 called “Dive Bar.” Brooks also shared that fans will get to hear the song for the first time live when he and Shelton perform the track at Brooks’ Boise, ID’s Albertsons Stadium show on July 19. Co-written by Mitch Rossell/Bryan Kennedy/Garth Brooks, “Dive Bar” is taken from his forthcoming studio album FUN.

Shelton took part in Musicians on Call’s 20th Anniversary Kickoff Celebration Presented by Pepsi at the CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum was held this past Friday night (May 31), raising $330,000, the most funds raised at a MOC event in Nashville to date. This exclusive concert celebrated the organization’s 20th anniversary of delivering the healing power of music and featured a live performance by headliner Blake Shelton and Cale Dodds.

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