This little boy has country music in his blood!
Lefty Frizzell left behind quite the legacy when he passed away on July 19, 1975. He has been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, won a Grammy Hall of Fame Award for his song “If You’ve Got the Money (I’ve Got The Time)”, and inspired countless musicians who followed in his footsteps.
No group of people has worked harder to keep his legacy alive than his family, and it turns out, the Frizzells teach ’em young! One-year-old Ryman Shafer Frizzell is Lefty’s great nephew and he sure loves his uncle’s tunes!
Already equipped with a guitar, Ryman, who we assume is named after the Mother Church of Country Music, dances around to a video recording of his Uncle Lefty singing the song “You’re Humbuggin’ Me”.
His energy and love for country music is infectious! We won’t be surprised if in a decade or so, we heard about Ryman Frizzell tearing up the country charts!
Watch him get down to “You’re Humbuggin’ Me” below!