What could be better in the country music world than a live collaboration between three icons? Nothing. Reba McEntire and Brooks and Dunn joined have joined forces for a residency in Sin City, and it's a sight to see. Thankfully, we have pictures for you, in case you aren't able to make it to Las Vegas.

This trio of legendary country singers have taken Vegas by storm together for a collaborative residency at Caesars Palace in the heart of Vegas, and on Friday night (June 20), Taste of Country was there to experience the fun. McEntire and Brooks and Dunn took the stage together to kick off the fun-filled evening with "Play Something Country," and they did — all night long.

They told the crowd that they could just be doing this same thing around a campfire, but that they're in love with walking down from their hotel room to play shows together in a city full of bright lights and glamour. The room they're playing in isn't just gorgeous, it also allows their voices to shine.

"This is the best room in the world," Ronnie Dunn told the crowd. "I've been raving about the acoustics onstage. I've never heard a better stage sound in my life."

Performances of "The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia" and "Only in America" followed, and then, the singers played separately. McEntire delivered hits like "Going Out Like That," "Turn on the Radio" and "I'm a Survivor" before Brooks and Dunn sang "Believe," "My Maria" and "Boot Scootin' Boogie" for the excited crowd. Take a break to visit Vegas — even if just for a few minutes!

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