Maren Morris gave one of the most epic Ryman Auditorium concerts ever on Wednesday (March 13), bringing out special guests Miranda Lambert, Cassadee Pope, Brandi Carlile and Natalie Hemby to perform a once-in-a-lifetime rendition of "My Church" at the Mother Church.

Morris headlined the historic Ryman Auditorium on Wednesday night, and she had several surprises for concert-goers up her sleeves. She led the night of special surprises with her first duet with Pope on "All My Favorite People," performing Brothers Osborne's original portion of the duet.

Morris brought out Carlile to perform their collaboration on "Common," which was the second time they have ever performed the song live to a roaring audience. They debuted the song in early February 2019 at Carlile's Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Festival Weekend.

Things even got more exciting when Morris brought out two more special guests, Lambert and Hemby, to perform Lambert's deep cut "Virginia Bluebell" and Morris' "I Wish I Was," both of which Hemby co-wrote with each respective artist.

To end the night at the Mother Church, the fans were on their feet screaming for Pope, Hemby, Lambert and Carlile, walking onto the stage to perform "My Church" together in one big jam session. Morris turned to Instagram to share her reaction afterward.

Morris is currently on the road for her Girl: The World Tour with special guests Pope and RaeLynn.

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