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Even though she’s only 15 years old, Dallas Remington has an incredible talent and a passion for music four times her age.
The Kentucky native has been performing country music since she was 11 and performed sets at the Nashville Palace from the ages of 12-14. Since then, Remington has been actively pursuing a career in country music, and performs at a variety of fairs, festivals, churches, and other venues.
In addition to all her performances, Remington recently signed an endorsement deal with Daisy Rock Guitars.
During a performance at the Country Tonite Theater in March of 2015, Remington showed off her talent by covering two classic country songs.
Remington starts off by introducing the songs she is about to sing, “they’re both about sixty years old, but I bet if you were to go walking down Broadway in Nashville today you’d still hear these songs.”
The first song Remington choses to sing is Patsy Cline‘s “Crazy,” which was a #2 hit in 1962. Remington’s cover is simple in a perfect way, as she strums along on her acoustic guitar.
Remington’s performance of “Crazy” earned her a decent amount of applause from the audience, but her next song was the one that was the biggest hit with the crowd. It is also one of Remington’s personal favorites: Johnny Cash‘s “Folsom Prison Blues.”
Before starting the song, Remington gives the audience a little bit of background information on why it means so much to her:
“A few years ago when I was about 11 years old my mama took me to Memphis, Tennessee, and we went to the Sun Records, and I learned about this guy named Johnny Cash. That day changed my life and I’ve been singing this next song ever since.”
Once again, Remington’s cover is simple, but passionate. She shows off her incredible range, hitting each of the low notes without fail. The audience claps along with her as she sings, erupting into a loud burst of applause at the conclusion of her performance.
Remington’s passion for music serves as a driving force for her to continue pursuing her dream of becoming a country music singer.
“Singing will always be a part of me,” Remington said. “Whether I’m singing at church, at a recital, or somewhere in Nashville, I love every minute.”
With performances like “Crazy” and “Folsom Prison Blues,” it seems safe to say we’ll be hearing plenty more from Remington in the future.
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