10 Best Country Collaborations of 2017

From Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood's empowering "The Fighter" to Brad Paisley and Mick Jagger's bawdy "Drive of Shame"

Brad Paisley Featuring Mick Jagger, "Drive of Shame"

Of all the big-ticket guest spots on Brad Paisley's Love and War LP, the one with Mick Jagger was the longest in coming. Besides Paisley's own admission to "ripping the Rolling Stones off" in much of his writing, he'd shared the mic with Jagger in concert years before the pair hit the studio to record "Drive of Shame." Built around a chunky, staccato guitar riff that would make Keith Richards proud, the tale of a cock of the walk with a bruised ego was the perfect mix of cheek and swagger for a cameo from Jagger, right down to his ad-libbed intro about beer and Calvin Klein cologne. J.G.