Justin Moore's Off the Beaten Path Tour is in full swing right now, making a pitstop at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in Huntington, W.V. on Saturday (Feb. 8). It was there that lucky fans got quite a fun surprise from the star!

Naturally, Moore's sold-out West Virginia concert included hits like 'Point at You' and 'Til My Last Day,' but what came next was an unexpected event. The crowd went wild when Moore revealed that David Lee Murphy was to join him on the stage.

"Bring him out here to do one of his classic country music songs," Moore began. "Ladies and gentleman, help me welcome to the stage Mr. David Lee Murphy!" Murphy -- in a leather jacket and baseball cap -- walked out as the band started to play 'Dust on the Bottle.'

When he started to sing his 1995 Billboard No. 1, the crowd joined in for a loud singalong. Murphy sang solo for most of the song, but he soon beckoned Moore and opening act Randy Houser to join him. The crowd took away one of the last choruses as the country boys kept the party going onstage.

Murphy gave it up for the 'Point at You' singer, and the two embraced before he left the stage -- and an enchanted crowd.

This isn't the only exciting duet that has occurred onstage during a country concert recently. At a show in California, the iconic George Strait invited a giddy Miranda Lambert to join him for his hits 'Run' and 'How 'Bout Them Cowgirls.'

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