Jase Robertson’s Son, Reed, Brings The Crowd To Tears With Moving Cover Of ‘Hallelujah’

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If you’re a fan of Duck Dynasty, you probably know that Jase Robertson‘s son is pursuing a career in music.

He has moved to Nashville and a recent episode was even centered around Reed’s passion for music and his journey to stardom.

Reed currently has an EP out called Catching Light, and performed his song “I’ll Be The One” on the show for his album release party. 


Reed isn’t the only musical one in the family. His mom, Missy, is also an amazing singer and often sings the National Anthem at Duck Commander events. His brother, Cole, sometimes plays shows with him as a backup singer and guitarist.

Before he moved to Nashville, Jase invited Reed to the stage at an event to perform in front of the crowd. He happily obliged and sang the Leonard Cohen classic “Hallelujah“.

Audience members were shocked by his talent and you can see an audience member wipe away a tear in the background. 

Some audience members even began singing along. When he finished, he had the crowd cheering for him so loudly and give him a well-deserved round of applause.

Watch his performance below.

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