Darius Rucker is putting a new spin on a country classic, and he brought along a few friends to help him out.
The singer has recorded his own version of Drivin' N Cryin's "Straight to Hell," giving the rock-based track a country sheen for his latest album When Was the Last Time.
Rucker recruited fellow country stars Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan
The TK McKamy-directed video kicks off with the strains of Rucker's cover of "Wagon Wheel," with Kelley entering the bar as "Straight to Hell" begins. He soon meets up with Rucker and Aldean as a stone-faced Bryan cheats his way to a card win. The bar is soon raided, with the singers packing up their money and doing their best to get out of dodge.
“Any time you put the four of us together it’s going to be a good time,” Rucker said in a statement. “I’ve been wanting to cut this song for a while, so to be able to not only record it but to also get some of my best friends to join me was so much fun. The only thing I've ever asked the label to do for me is whether this is
Rucker, Aldean, Bryan
Bryan closed out the festival on Sunday night, delivering an energetic set that extended well past midnight and ended only when the performer was told he couldn't keep singing.
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