Keith Urban, Jack Ingram Duet on George Strait Hit

The singers collaborate on a delightful ballad during a concert in Austin, Texas.

When Keith Urban and Jack Ingram performed at the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas, on Friday (Feb. 10), what else could have been more appropriate for a cover song than George Strait's "You Look So Good in Love"? One fan at the concert captured the duet on video. "We've never done this song before. That will be apparent very soon," Keith says before plucking the first guitar strains of the classic George ballad. See Jack and Keith's duet here.

The crowd immediately begins applauding, then singing as Jack and Keith trade verses. By the chorus the crowd is in full sing-along mode.

"Should we do the spoken-word part?" Keith asks before lowering his voice to a deeper register, to the delighted screams of the crowd. Jack kneels on the ground (we presume with laughter), as Keith asks, "Are you Tebowing me right now?" The crowd takes over the last chorus effortlessly, before giving way to enthusiastic applause.

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