Old Dominion Were Surprised When Kenny Chesney Crashed Their Nashville Set

Old Dominion is currently on the road for the extended part of their Happy Endings World Tour. They just released a cover for streaming of pop artist Halsey's "Bad At Love" and an acoustic version of "Hotel Key."

The group was just nominated for another award at this year's CMA Awards for Vocal Group of the Year. They've recently had some television appearances and performances where they shared with Bobby Bones that it's a different feeling to wake up early in the mornings rather than playing shows at night. 

Recently the group put on a show for charity. They were surprised when Kenny Chesney crashed their Ryman Auditorium benefit show. Chesney's appearance was a total surprise, however, they performed a song they've been doing on the road together for a while now. The song some of the Old Dominion band members wrote "Save It For A Rainy Day."

Listen below as Bones talks with Old Dominion about their lives now.

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