Travis Tritt was part of the "Class of 89" in country music, which also included the debuts for Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson and Clint Black.

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It's been nearly 13 years since Travis charted a radio single ("You Never Take Me Dancing" from October of 2007) but he's finally back, singing alongside new throwback band Hot Country Knights, which just happens to be Dierks Bentley and his band's alter ego!

That's right, Hot Country Knights is really just Dierks and his road band, but their goal is to bring back '90's country. No better way to do that than with a legend like Tritt.

The band has opened Dierks' road shows but many in the audience weren't even noticing it was Dierks all along...

Their new single is "Pick Her Up." Dierks wrote it with Brett and Jim Beavers. It debuted on Billboard's Country Airplay chart this past week, making it Travis Tritt's first since 2007.

It's a simple subject but so fun it's impossible not to sing along. You can listen below:

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