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Chesney took the stage during Joel’s encore, turning “You May Be Right” — the 26th song of the marathon, 140-minute set — into a driving duet. It wasn’t the first time a country star took a stab at “You May Be Right,” whose roadhouse roots-rock sound has inspired covers from Garth Brooks, Keith Urban and others. This time, Chesney and Joel shared vocal duties, with each singer taking a verse before teaming up for the chorus. As the song wound its way to a close, Joel flipped into his falsetto range for a snippet of Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll,” while Chesney looked on in admiration. Watch the audience-shot video above.