Faith Hill Sings on George Strait’s Upcoming Album

Here for a Good Time will be released Sept. 6.

photo by Rick Diamond/CMT

George Strait will release his 39th studio album, Here for a Good Time, on Sept. 6, and Country Weekly has learned that the album includes one very special guest artist.

George’s publicist confirmed to CountryWeekly.com that Faith Hill does indeed make a rare guest artist appearance on the album, contributing background vocals on “A Showman’s Life,” which catalogs the enticing highs and troubles of a touring musician’s life.

Nobody told me about this part / They told me all about the pretty girls / And the wine and the money and the good times / No mention of the wear and tear on an old honky-tonker’s heart, George and Faith sing with a mournful authenticity.

The song also appeared previously on Gary Allan’s 2003 album, See If I Care, as a duet with Willie Nelson.

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