List of famous rock duos and their songs
Many rock stars performed with their colleagues on stage, creating rock songs that turned into unfading hits. Such tandems always arouse the genuine interest of the listener. Rock duets are important events in the history of music that have enriched world culture. When two musicians from different genres, styles or perspectives somehow find the perfect balance and harmony when they perform together, it's mesmerizing.
Bryan Adams and Tina Turner - It's Only Love
Bryan Adams would hardly have been able to return to the stage so brightly in the 80s if not for Tina Turner, who performed this song with him.
Eric Clapton and Tina Turner - Tearing Us Apart
Eric Clapton recorded this song with Tina Turner for the album August. It turned out magical.
The Jacksons (Michael Jackson & Mick Jagger) – State of Shock
When Mick Jaeger and Michael Jackson sing, any words are superfluous.
David Bowie & Queen
And the world was small for the musicians of this duet. Their voices broke out beyond the limits of gravity. Perhaps somewhere there they continue to sing together.
Run-DMC & Aerosmith – Walk This Way
This composition is called the track that returned Aerosmith former popularity.
Lita Ford & Ozzy Osbourne – Close My Eyes Forever
Beautiful, heartfelt, trembling... The greatest rock ballad of the era.
Stevie Nicks & Tom Petty - Stop Draggin' My Heart Around
Tom Petty wrote this song for himself. But in the end, she became the title in the debut album of Stevie Nicks.
INXS & Jimmy Barnes
The song was released for the first time in 1968. It got its second birth in 1987, when Jimmy Barnes and INXS recorded it as the soundtrack for the Lost Boys movie.
BB King & Eric Clapton – Rock Me Baby
BB King released the track in 1964 and it quickly became one of his greatest hits. And in 1997, the song sounded in a new way, when Eric Clapton performed it together with King.
Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash - Girl From The North Country
The song was written by Bob Dylan in 1962. Recorded in 1963. And in 1969, together with Dylan, it was performed by Johnny Cash. The recording was included in Dylan's ninth album Nashville skyline.