Terry Bradshaw began to amaze football fans in the 1970 NFL Draft when he was the first overall pick for the Pittsburgh Steelers. In his 14 year run as quarterback, Bradshaw won the Steelers 4 Super Bowl titles in 6 years which had never happened before. Impressive track record! Bradshaw was also inducted in to the NFL Hall of Fame in 1989, but since his retirement has been a T.V co-host and NFL analyst on Fox NFL Sunday. Just after his first world title, Bradshaw had a brief run in with country music. In 1976 he released his first single and cover of Hank Williams' classic, "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry". Although his musical career was short lived, Bradshaw clearly still loves and enjoys singing music!
The first video below shows Bradshaw making a surprise appearance at the Clawson Assembly of God Church in Pollok, Texas where he was invited by The Isaacs to join them onstage to sing "What A Day That Will Be". Not only did the audience love it, but the video has since gone viral. Terry has still got it!
Also below, is a video of Terry performing "I'm So lonesome I Could Cry" back in the 1970's. Awesome footage! Take a listen for yourself and let us know what you think!
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