NFL Hall Of Famer Terry Bradshaw Joined By Daughter For Duet

NFL Hall Of Famer Terry Bradshaw Joined By Daughter For Duet | Country Music Videos

Paul Drinkwater

Football legend Terry Bradshaw is more than just an athlete and television host. The NFL Hall of Famer is a successful recording artist in his own right. In 1976, while he was playing quarterback for the Pittsburg Steelers, Bradshaw’s cover of Hank Williams’ ‘I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry’ was a top-20 hit on the country charts.

In 2012, Bradshaw’s daughter, Rachel, signed a record deal of her own. To promote the album, and a song she penned just for her famous dad, Rachel and Terry appeared on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Rachel told Leno at the time, “I wrote [Everything a Daddy Won’t Say] with two of my great friends and it took a few tears and laughs to finish it,” says Rachel. “But in the end it was so beautiful, and I was so proud of what we had created. This song hits close to my heart because it perfectly describes my relationship with my dad. He has always been so caring and protective, and we share such a special bond. I wanted to incorporate that into a song I could sing for the rest of my life.”

“It is the most beautiful father-daughter song,” said Emmy award-winning football commentator Terry Bradshaw. “The words say it all. It’s very touching.”

Listen to Terry and Rachel Bradshaw’s touching duet below.

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