Good Male/Female Duet Covers That Go Over Well?

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  1. Guitar Stu

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    +1 for the Seether song with Amy Lee. Always wanted to do that one.

    Can't go wrong with some Roxette. Sure fire hit with female audiences.

    Although song not originally a duet. Love this clip with Myles Kennedy and Lzzy Hale. I wouldnt mind having Lzzy Hale sing like that to me.

     
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    THIS. Pretty easy to play too.

    Tim
     
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    Swing for the fences. Give the audience something really different.

     
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    Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty.
     
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    Don't let me come home a stranger. Tim and Mollie O'Brien
     
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    My band does mark knopler "I dug up a diamond" with emmylou harris. It's a very nice tune.
     
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    Hmmmmmm... :D

    Well, if you want "really different", try this interpretation of Black Hole Sun! :dude

     
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    OR you could go all Phil Spector on their a**es too. If so, you could go Ike & Tina or or maybe:

     
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    Magnet/Steel is cool with male/female vocals because the Ooooo's and backing vox are so critical to the song.
     
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    Jackson, agree with who said it already.
     
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    love hurts, the emmylou harris gram parsons version.

     
  14. CanadianClassicRocker

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    How about "Leather and Lace" - Stevie Nicks and Don Henley

    We once did a version of "Beast Of Burden",
    we kind of crossed the original Stones version with the Bette Midler version.

    Another great one is "The Core" Eric Clapton and Marcy Levy,
    as well as Eric's "Promises" and "Lay Down Sally" also with Marcy Levy
     
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    If you have a Zamboni driver available, you can always do Endless Love.

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    Any early Linda Ronstadt (male backups)
    "Don't Misunderstand Me" - Rossington Collins Band
     
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    "I believe I'm in love with you " a la Bonnie Raitt and Kim Waters
     

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