Emmylou Harris and Margo Price teamed up on "Two More Bottles of Wine" as part of the most recent installment of Skyville Live. Both 2016 Americana Music Awards winners, the two put a new spin on the song, originally sung by Harris in the late 1970s.

"I met Margo when she won the other night at the Americana awards," Harris told One Country the day of the show (Sept. 26). "So she's helping me revive a song I haven't done in a long time. We're having a lot of fun with that."

"Two More Bottles of Wine" topped the country charts following its release as a single in April of 1978. The song appears on Harris' Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town album and has also been covered by Martina McBride and Terri Clark. Readers can press play on the video above to watch Harris and Price's collaboration.

“When I heard that I was going to get the opportunity to sing with Emmylou Harris, I was floored, because I admire her so much and just really love everything she’s done,” Price tells The Boot. “I’ve been following her career for a really long time, and it’s just thrilling to be asked.”

Harris and Price -- winners of Duo / Group of the Year and Emerging Artist of the Year, respectively, at the 2016 Americana Music Awards -- were joined by Steve EarleBuddy Miller, the Brothers Osborne and Colter Wall for the latest installment of Skyville Live. The performance was part of the Lampedusa: Concerts for Refugees tour, which will run throughout October and is all about raising awareness about refugees around the world.