Reba McEntire and Post Malone Team Up for Stunning 'Ramblin' Man' Duet

Reba McEntire and Post Malone Team Up for Stunning 'Ramblin' Man' Duet

Watch Reba McEntire and Post Malone team up for a stunning duet of the song ‘Ramblin’ Man’ by the Allman Brothers Band.

‘Well, my father was a gambler down in Georgia

And he wound up on the wrong end of a gun

And I was born in the back seat of a Greyhound bus

Rollin' down highway 41’

Reba McEntire and Post Malone sound great together as they sing ‘Ramblin’ Man’ a cappella on stage. They harmonized beautifully while smiling at each other, and the audience enjoyed the performance from this pair. And the lovely performance was actually a way to honor the late Dickey Betts. 

“We recently lost Dickey Betts from the Allman Brothers Band,” Reba shares. “And if you would, let’s sing a little bit of ‘Ranblin’ Man,’ okay?” she says to Post Malone.

Reba calls Post Malone her “Superbowl buddy” when talking about him in her Instagram caption, as the two of them performed at the most recent Superbowl. Both of them are so talented, and it is sweet to see them honor Dickey Betts from the Allman Brothers Band in this way.

“The way he takes off his hat when she says about losing Dickey Betts. Then he says yes ma’am. Then he gives her the softest hug. Could Posty be any more perfect?” shares one person on Instagram after watching this video.

“Posty looking at Reba melted my heart. I knew he was a kind soul, but this took it to another level!” comments another person online.

For more than 30 years, Dickey Betts was a member of The Allman Brothers Band and is best known for writing and singing ‘Ramblin’ Man.’ The song came out in 1973 and became the group’s only top-10 hit, rising all the way to No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also helped cement their legacy as future Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees.

We hope you enjoyed this duet of ‘Ramblin’ Man’ from Reba McEntire and Post Malone today!

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