Scotty McCreery, who has built a reputation surrounding his deeply classic country vocals, has stepped out of his comfort zone to cover an out of character 2005 mega hit. The country heart-throb covered The Fray's "Over My Head (Cable Car)" at a show in Verona, New York.
McCreery gave the early 2000s rock song a country twist while maintaining the high energy rocker-vibe of the original. The country singer is at the top of his game with this performance of the pop-rock classic.
"Over My Head" was The Fray's debut single of their premiere album How to Save a Life which propelled the band into the spotlight, even winning them a Grammy nomination. The song was written after band mate Isaac Slade's experienced a falling out with his brother. McCreery's smooth vocals cut deep singing the sorrowful lines of "suddenly I become part of your past...I'm becoming the part that don't last."
Watch McCreery's performance of "Over My Head" in the video below and let us know what you think in the comments!
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