In the midst of Wallen’s headlining performance, the Wyoming native joined the country hitmaker on the B-stage in the back of the venue to perform “Flower Shops,” a duet that originally features Wallen and ERNEST.
Munsick took to social media on Saturday (Aug. 27) to share a clip of their performance with fans. “Feelin’ a lil Dangerous 🌹 @morganwallen,” Munsick captioned the video, which you can watch below.
In the clip, Munsick is standing alongside Wallen, who is strumming along to the tune on an acoustic guitar, singing the fan-favorite song surrounded by a sea of cell phone lights and a sold-out crowd.
“So mister, I’ll take your roses / If you cut off the thorns, she can’t take no more / I’ll buy violets and daisies to get back my baby / It’s gonna take all you’ve got / Ah, it’s a bad day for love / But a good day for flower shops,” the pair harmonize on the track’s chorus.
Munsick joined Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous Tour on August 25 in Wichita, KS and will appear on select dates of the trek through September 17. The “Long Live Cowgirls” singer will perform alongside Wallen and HARDY on the Dangerous Tour in Nampa, ID (Sept. 9), West Valley City, UT (Sept. 10), Chula Vista, CA (Sept. 15), Mountain View, CA (Sept. 16) and Wheatland, CA (Sept. 17).
The fast-rising country star recently raised over $50,000 for Southwest Montana Flood Relief Fund via United Way. Munsick also released his new single “More Than Me,” a tune co-written by Munsick alongside Carlton Anderson, Casey Boatyard and Phil O’Donnell.
The inspiration for his latest single “More Than Me” came to him while attending his friend’s wedding after hearing a line in the groom’s vows that piqued his interest. When speaking about his soon-to-be wife, the groom said, “I love her because she loves Jesus more than me.”
“That’s kind of what initiated it, thinking about that saying, ‘you love her because she loves somebody else.’ It is kind of an interesting thought,” he explained.
“I really wanted to, to make it as true of a story as I could. So the first verse is all about the bride and the groom. The next verse is all about me thinking about what he had told the bride and then the third verse, I really tried to apply it to me and my life. My wife and I had our first child two and a half years ago and she loves him more than me. So that was the bow on top and how to spin it in three ways.”
In addition to sharing the new song earlier this month, Munsick also dropped a music video for the tune, which features his wife and son. The clip was shot in beautiful paradise Valley, MT, near the same location as recent benefit concert in Montana.
Meanwhile, Wallen is currently in the midst of his massive The Dangerous Tour in support of his record-breaking sophomore project, Dangerous: The Double Album. The tour, which is the biggest country tour of 2022 and runs through October, recently sold-out with over 800,000 tickets sold, according to Up2DateCountry on Instagram.
The singer also announced his first-ever Stadium show in Arlington, Texas, at Globe Life Field on October 8, 2022, with special guests HARDY, Mike Ryan and Jake Worthington.