Can You Duet: The Singles Perform

This this week’s Can You Duet had the judges putting together duos out of single contestants. The ones who survived, were the duos who managed to not only put together decent performances on a dime, but were able to muster up some chemistry, despite being strangers.

Former American Idol Season 7 contestant, Brandon Green survives on to the next round, in no small part to his incredibly talented partner, 18 year old Jonathan Cox. Their cover of the Dixie Chicks “Long Time Gone” was a highlight of the night. Another duo to watch out for are Ryan Larkins and Avalon Peacock, who performed a lovely “Tennessee Waltz”. They paired up early on, and the judges were so impressed, they decided to keep them together.

The other duo who advanced, Keeira Lynn Ford and Matt Boggs, ripped though Ray Charles “What I Say” and may be this group’s version of Soul/Country.

Next week, the three duos who advanced from last week, and this week’s survivors become the Top 6, and will be mentored by judge Big Kenny. At the end of the episode, a duo will be eliminated.

Videos after the JUMP…

Note: I didn’t record it last night, this week, I’m linking to the videos at CMT.com.

Memarie Gayle and Cassie and Kassie Miller (starts at around the 4:20 mark) – Gunpowder & Lead by Miranda Lambert – Watch it HERE.

Ryan Larkins and Avalon Peacock – “Tennessee Waltz” by Patti Page – Watch it HERE.

Jonanthan Cox and Brandon Green – “Long Time Gone” by the Dixie Chicks – Watch it HERE

Abby Fender and Holly Jackson – “Bring Me Down” by Miranda Lambert – Watch it HERE.

Keeira Lyn Ford and Matt Boggs – “What I Say” by Ray Charles – Watch it HERE.

Abby Fender and Holly Jackson, Memarie Gayle and Kassie Miller are eliminated – Watch it HERE.

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