In the last year, the folk sensation has enjoyed a long list of collaborations as part of his reimagined Stick Season (We'll All Be Here Forever) project. As singles have been parsed out over the last several months, the Vermont native has released celebrated duets with the likes of Post Malone, Hozier, Lizzy McAlpine, Kacey Musgraves, Gracie Abrams and Sam Fender.
With the full expanded version, Stick Season (Forever), set for release on February 9, Kahan will also add collaborations with Brandi Carlile and Gregory Alan Isakov to his growing resume.
With all of this in mind, it's hard to imagine who else might even be on Kahan's collaboration wish list, but he was quick to provide two rather unexpected answers on the red carpet.
"A collaboration with Colter Wall or Tyler Childers would be a dream come true," he said simply.
While Childers feels like the most natural of choices, seeing as he's enjoyed an explosive growth in popularity over the last year in a similar fashion to Kahan, the thought of a Colter Wall collaboration is equally as tempting.
And let's face it, we'd be stoked for either or both!
Kahan has only dipped his toes into collaborations within the country space in the last year, both with the Musgraves-graced version of 'She Calls Me Back' and featuring on alt-country megastar Zach Bryan's beloved 'Sarah's Place'.
As he continues to inch further and further into the country realm, and as country consumers get more and more familiar with his unique brand of modern folk-pop, it's only a matter of time before bigger and better collaborations within the genre begin to pop up.
It remains to be seen whether Childers or Wall will lend their voices to a Kahan collaboration – something that's quickly becoming a rite of passage in some circles – but we'll be keeping our fingers crossed for the foreseeable future.
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