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A Little Help From His Friends

Country Music Hall of Famer Ronnie Milsap recruited a bevy of stars (Kacey Musgraves, George Strait, Dolly Parton, and more) for his new album, The Duets (out Jan. 18). EW chats with the icon—and a couple of his duet partners—about the staying power of his hits.
Ronnie Milsap has 40 No. 1 hits to his name

“(THERE’S) NO GETTIN’ OVER ME”

FEATURING KACEY MUSGRAVES

This track won Milsap one of his six Grammys—in this case, Best Male Country Vocal Performance—in 1981. (He’s also got eight CMA awards and has notched 40 No. 1 hits.) He and his co-producer Rob Galbraith had Musgraves

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