Cole Swindell joined longtime friend and fellow country star Luke Bryan in Nashville over the weekend to duet a couple of Bryan’s hits at Bridgestone Arena.

Bryan had back-to-back shows Friday and Saturday night (May 5, May 6) as part of his Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour and hosted a slew of country star cameos including Swindell, Carrie Underwood and Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town.

Swindell joined Bryan for “Roller Coaster” and the 2013 Florida Georgia Line cut “This Is How We Roll,” which features Bryan. Swindell actually co-wrote both songs, which each went on to become a No. 1 hits for Bryan (“This Is How We Roll was also a No. 1 for Florida Georgia Line).

Watch Luke Bryan and Cole Swindell Sing This Is How We Roll

“I’ll roll with Luke Bryan, anytime, anywhere,” Swindell announced to the crowd at the conclusion of "This Is How We Roll."

His cameo time on Saturday night was equal to Underwood, who co-sang Bryan's "Play It Again" and a cover of Randy Travis' "I Told You So." Fairchild joined Bryan on Friday night to perform the Little Big Town smash "Girl Crush" and the Fairchild/Bryan duet "Home Alone Tonight," from Bryan's latest album, Kill the Lights.

Bryan is currently taking a few days off and will head back on the road for his Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour on May 12 when he takes the stage in Bristow, Va. From there, he will go cross country and even perform back-to-back nights in Alaska, with dates running all the way through October.

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