Lindsay Ell and Melissa Etheridge were among the artists who teamed up for a special Women's History Month-themed episode of Skyville Live, a recurring livestreaming concert series, on Monday night (March 20). Together, the two performed Etheridge's "I'm the Only One" -- and to say that they nailed it is an understatement.

Monday night's Skyville Live audience was treated to an evening of fan-favorite hits, including "I'm the Only One," which Etheridge released in 1993. The song became a No. 1 hit for her in early 1995. Readers can press play above to watch Etheridge and Ell's performance of the tune; the country singer and guitarist held her own with the Grammys-winning rocker, and her background of rock, blues and jazz played to her favor.

Toward the end of "I'm the Only One," Orianthi joined Etheridge and Ell onstage. Before they started the song, Etheridge led the crowd in singing "Happy Birthday" to Ell (who turned 28 on Monday), and the Canadian-born artist was also presented with a birthday cake.

Ell, Etheridge and Orianthi were joined by Cam and Troi Irons for Monday night's Skyville Live episode. The night's other highlights include Cam's performance of "Come to My Window" with Etheridge and the final song of the night, the late Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode."

Ell is getting ready to drop her six-song debut EPWorth the Wait; it's set for release on Friday (March 24) through Stoney Creek Records. Kristian Bush produced the EP.

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