Joy Oladokun and Chris Stapleton Reimagine Their Sweeping Duet “Sweet Symphony”

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Lorie Liebig
September 30, 2023
American Songwriter
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Acclaimed singer/songwriter Joy Oladokun is celebrating the one-year anniversary of “Sweet Symphony,” her collaboration with Chris Stapleton, this week. To mark the occasion, she’s shared a new version of the track, featured on the upcoming deluxe version of her latest album, Proof of Life.

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