During her recent Nashville tour stop, Michelle Branch invited former Wreckers partner Jessica Harp onstage for a mini-reunion. Together, the two performed their hit "Leave the Pieces" and their song "Tennessee."

Readers can press play above to watch Branch and Harp, along with Branch's band, sing "Leave the Pieces," a No. 1 hit from the Wreckers' 2006 album Stand Still, Look Pretty. The crowd roared in approval from the very first note and loudly sang along throughout the performance.

"Leave the Pieces," which has also been certified gold, became the first debut single from a duo to hit No. 1 on the Billboard country music charts since 1991; additionally, it was the first debut single by an all-female duo to reach that milestone since 1953. The Wreckers earned a Grammys nomination for the song as well.

Above, readers can watch the Wreckers perform their song "Tennessee" during Branch's Music City tour stop, which took place on Sunday (Aug. 13); the song, released in 2007, was the duo's final single. A minor misstep at the beginning of the song caused Harp to quip, "Hey, its been 10 years!"

Branch's show in Nashville was part of her Hopeless Romantic Tour, in support of her newest solo album, Hopeless Romantic. Ahead of the concert, which took place at Marathon Music Works, Branch shared that she and Harp had not seen each other in seven years.

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