Maren Morris headlined the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn., on Wednesday night (March 13), and she brought a number of special guests for the occasion. During her set, Morris invited Miranda Lambert and songwriter Natalie Hemby to sing both a Lambert deep cut and a track from Morris' own debut album with her.

Readers can press play above to watch Morris, Lambert and Hemby perform "Virginia Bluebell," a track from Lambert's third studio album, 2009's Revolution. The final track on that album, "Virginia Bluebell" was co-written by Lambert, Hemby and Jennifer Kennard.

"This is just, like, a straight-up deep cut," Morris told a screaming crowd. "All my dreams are coming true right now, because I'm obsessed with this song, and the women who wrote it."

Morris, Lambert and Hemby also performed "I Wish I Was," a song from Morris' 2016 album Hero together on the Ryman stage. While she was up there, Lambert praised Morris, calling her "a badass."

Morris' Ryman Auditorium show was an early stop on her Girl: The World Tour, which currently features Cassadee Pope as a special guest (RaeLynn will sub in for Pope on the back half of the trek). The tour is in support of Morris' sophomore album, Girl, released on March 8.

In addition to Lambert, Hemby and Pope, Morris' Ryman show also included a guest appearance from Brandi Carlile. The pair performed "Common," their collaboration from Girl, before the whole crew reassembled to help Morris sing her breakout single, "My Church."

See Pics From Maren Morris' Ryman Show