Wynonna Judd, Lainey Wilson Team Up On Cover Of Tom Petty’s ‘Refugee’

Wynonna Judd and Lainey Wilson have teamed up for a cover of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers‘ classic “Refugee.”

The track, produced by Cactus Moser, arrives as the fifth single shared from the highly-anticipated Petty Country: A Country Music Celebration of Tom Petty.

The cover is also accompanied by a video featuring behind-the-scenes footage of Judd and Wilson recording their version.

“That was one of the coolest experiences of my life,” Wilson said when asked about recording with Judd.

“My gosh, every time I tried to use that growl in my voice, I was trying to channel my inner Wynonna,” she added. “Everybody wants an inner Wynonna.”

The covers album is set for release on June 21st via Big Machine Records in partnership with the Tom Petty Estate.

The new track follows the recent release of, Chris Stapleton‘s version of “I Should Have Known It,” and “Southern Accents,” by Petty’s friend and fellow Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dolly Parton.

The record also features Petty covers from artists like Willie Nelson, Luke Combs, Steve Earle, George Strait, Margo Price, Rhiannon Giddens, Jamey Johnson, and Brothers Osborne.

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