Keith Urban, John Mayer Hit Crossroads June 18

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Call it a CMT Crossroads reunion for guitar masters Keith Urban and John Mayer. Both returned to swap songs and guitar riffs during a taping of CMT Crossroads in Nashville on January 26, and now fans will get to see this unique hit-filled collaboration when the episode airs on June 18 at 10 p.m. ET on CMT.

The performance will include Keith's tunes  "Til Summer Comes Around" and "Sweet Thing," as well as John's "Gravity" and "Perfectly Lonely."

Both artists have been previously featured on CMT Crossroads. Keith paired up with former Creedence Clearwater Revival lead singer John Fogerty in 2005, while John collaborated with fellow guitarist Brad Paisley in 2004.

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