Alana Springsteen has revealed that Chris Stapleton will feature on her brand new song, ‘Ghost in My Guitar’. The hotly anticipated track is due to appear on Springsteen's upcoming album, Twenty Something.
Springsteen has been teasing this blockbuster guest spot for some time now, after she part-revealed the new record's tracklist on her socials back in April, keeping Stapleton's name hidden.
However, during the country-pop prodigy's recent supporting set on Luke Bryan's tour-stop in Columbia, MD, Springsteen let it slip that Chris Stapleton would be joining her for a special duet.
‘Ghost in My Guitar’ will be Stapleton's second collaboration in recent weeks, with the ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ hitmaker having teamed up with Carly Pearce for their enchanting duet, ‘We Don't Fight Anymore’.
Critics and fans from across the world of country music will be keenly looking forward to hearing Alana Springsteen's new record, Twenty Something, with many tipping the Virginia singer-songwriter as one of the genre's stars of tomorrow.
Alongside the Stapleton-assisted ‘Ghost in My Guitar’, the project will feature Springsteen's collaboration with Mitchell Tenpenny, ‘Goodbye Looks Good On You’, as well as ‘You Don't Deserve A Country Song’, ‘Shoulder to Cry On’, ‘Hypocrite’, the much-loved title-track and more.
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