Journey and Joe Walsh are getting some recognition for their recent work with country stars.
The rockers are among the nominees for this spring's CMT Music Awards. They both have bids for Collaborative Video of the Year. Walsh has a nod with Brad Paisley for their efforts on "Rocky Mountain Way," which they played together last year on "CMT Crossroads: Joe Walsh and Friends."
Journey is in the category with Rascal Flatts for their rendition of the country trio's hit "Changed," from their special Super Bowl edition of "Crossroads" earlier this year. In addition, Journey and Rascal Flatts' collaboration on "Don't Stop Believin'," also from their "Crossroads" episode, is in the running for CMT Performance of the Year. Voting is under way now at CMT.com. The 2013 CMT Music Awards will be presented in a ceremony in Nashville, and air on CMT on June 5th.
Meanwhile, Journey and Rascal Flatts aren't finished working together. The bands will be teaming for two more shows later this summer. The groups are slated to appear at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania on August 1st., and they'll take the stage at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on August 4th.