The CMA Music Festival is generally chock full of surprise collaborations, and on Saturday night (June 11), the crowd at Nissan Stadium saw a big one: Martina McBride joined Steven Tyler onstage to sing "Cryin'."

"Cryin'" was a No. 1 hit for Tyler's band Aerosmith following its release in 1993; it comes from their Get a Grip album, released the same year. Tyler was among the announced performers for CMA Fest's Day 3 stadium show, but McBride appearance during his set came as a surprise. Readers can press play on the video above to watch the pair's performance.

After announcing plans for a solo country project in the spring of 2015, Steven Tyler recently revealed that his first full-length debut solo album, We’re All Somebody From Somewhere, will drop on July 15 on Dot Records. McBride recently dropped a new record, Reckless, on Nash Icon Records. Both Dot and Nash Icon are Big Machine Label Group imprints.

In addition to Tyler and McBride, Saturday night's Nissan Stadium concert featured Chris Young, Cole Swindell, Florida Georgia Line and Blake Shelton. The 2016 CMA Music Festival wraps up on Sunday (June 12).

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