You never know where Maren Morris is going to pop up next, but chances are it will be with some like-minded strong women. After spending 2018 in “The Middle”, Morris has been front and center with other powerful female performers for most of 2019.
Morris is currently on the road with GIRL: The World Tour. The all-female lineup is just the beginning though. Here are a few of the wonderful woman collaborations that the singer has been a part of over the past few weeks.
Miranda Lambert - “Too Pretty For Prison”
Last week, Miranda Lambert announced that she found the perfect person to jump on her new album. Morris will contributes to the track, “Too Pretty For Prison” on the latest from Lambert, due out later this year.
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The Highwomen - “Redesigning Women”
Along with Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, and Amanda Shires, Morris teams up for this role-redefining Americana anthem. The song is the first from The Highwomen's upcoming self-titled debut. In the video, the four make a pile out of outdated tropes like ironing boards and faddish exercise equipment, and extend an invite to an iconic collection of Country women. Lauren Alaina, Cam, Wynonna Judd, Cassadee Pope, Tanya Tucker, and more help set fire to the old ideas and kick off the beginning of The Highwomen.
Sheryl Crow – “Prove You Wrong”
Start with Sheryl Crow, add in the stomping swagger of Maren Morris, and top it off with the legendary Stevie Nicks. “Prove You Wrong” is a strutting slice of empowerment, executed effortlessly by three of the best in the game.
Kelsea Ballerini – Quality Therapy Session
After a whirlwind week of releases and a non-stop schedule of slaying, Morris stopped down in Nashville for a “quality therapy session” with “Miss Me More” singer Kelsea Ballerini. Sometimes a margarita and a good friend is all you need.
Maren Morris returns this week to GIRL: The World Tour. You can find the full list of dates here.