Dierks Bentley pulled out all the stops during his Friday night (Feb. 22) 2019 Burning Man Tour stop in Nashville, Tenn. For his performance of his song "The Mountain," the country star called on friend and fellow artist Keith Urban.

Readers can press play above to watch Bentley and Urban's "The Mountain" collaboration, featuring a track-ending guitar jam from Urban. The song is the title track of Bentley's newest album, 2018's The Mountain.

“There’s a mountain in this town called Music Row, and I’ve been trying to climb that mountain for years,” Bentley told the audience (quote via the Tennessean). “This guy has made it all the way to the top – Entertainer of the Year.”

Urban wasn't Bentley's only surprise guest of the night: After "The Mountain," he invited Miranda Lambert to join him and Urban onstage. Together, the three performed an impromptu medley of classic country songs.

Bentley's 2019 Burning Man Tour features Jon Pardi and Tenille Townes, as well as Bentley's '90s country cover band Hot Country Knights, as special guests. He recently extended the tour through the summer.

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