Bowen, who recently released his six-song EP “Where Phones Don’t Work,” gave fans a sample of his first new music in more than three years.
Akins and Parnell opened the show then popped back out for a jam session on the men’s’ hits – “That Ain’t My Truck” and “On the Road,” respectively.
Worsham arrived and then Miranda Lambert hopped on stage with them to sing Keith Whitley’s “Miami, My Amy” before she, Worsham and Parnell joined Bowen on Merle Haggard’s “Ramblin’ Fever.”
“Can’t make old friends. 💙 Always does my heart good to sing with you @wadebowen . Thanks for having me,” Lambert wrote on Instagram.
Worsham also had praise for Bowen.
“not bad for a wednesday night! thanks for sharing your stage, Wade 🤘🏼,” Worsham wrote.
For his part, Bowen shared that he had a “great time with my Nashville family.”
“Thanks everyone who came out,” he wrote.
Exit/In Set List
1. Sun Shines on a Dreamer
2. Where We Call Home
4. West Texas Rain
5. When Love Comes Around
6. If We Ever Make It Home
7. You Had Me At My Best
8. Be You
9. Songs About Trucks
10. ‘Til It Does
11. When I Woke Up Today
12. Last Town in Texas
13. Mood Ring
14. Phones Don’t Work
15. Fell In Love On Whiskey
16. Who I Am
17. On the Road (with Lee Roy Parnell)
18. That Ain’t My Truck (with Rhett Akins)
19. Saturday Night
20. Miami, My Amy (with Miranda Lambert)
21. Ramblin’ Fever (with Lee Roy Parnell, Charlie Worsham, Miranda Lambert)