Ronnie Dunn is the latest to work with Colt Ford in his latest project, which is a do-over of his 2008 'Ride Through the Country' album. Dunn lent his talents to the remake of the song, 'Mr. Goodtime'.

Dunn came to appreciate Colt Ford when he opened a show for Ronnie show a few years ago. The country legend explains that, while he had his reservations about Ford and his musical style, that all changed after seeing Colt put on a show for fans:

"I was one to kind of quick judge him...I remember cracking the window of the bus...to see how the crowd reacted to it. I watched people connect with him. By the time the show was over he had them all in the palm of his hand."

Check out this behind-the-scenes preview of the Dunn/Ford collaboration:

The new CD, titled 'Ride Through the Country Revisited' is the follow-up to Ford's first #1 album, 2012's 'Declaration of Independence'. The remake album will include vocal contributions from Dunn, as well as John Anderson, Joe Diffie, Tim McGraw, Wynonna Judd and Jamey Johnson.