Conway Twitty’s Grandson Tre Performs ‘Hello Darlin” Cover In 2017

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On November 11, 2017, the Texas Opry Theater housed country music royalty. Tre Twitty, the grandson of the late Conway Twitty, performed a memorable set that had fans going wild.

Tre, who is also a talented singer, makes it a habit of performing a few of his grandfather’s songs every now and then for many reasons. One being that the crowd always loves them, and another being that he is one of the few people to do them justice!

In this particular video, Tre performed Conway’s hit song “Hello Darlin'” for the Texas Opry Theater, and as you can hear from the many cheers throughout his performance, the audience was loving every second of it.

Conway released “Hello Darlin'” as the first single from his 1970 album of the same name. It quickly became Conway’s fourth number one single on the Billboard country chart and was named the number one song of 1970.

Not only was “Hello Darlin'” Conway’s signature song, it was also his longtime concert opener. The second he spoke the words, “Hello, darlin’,” the crowd always went crazy, even though they knew it was coming!

No one can replace Conway Twitty and that’s not what Tre is trying to do – he’s working hard to keep his grandfather’s legacy alive. While there’s no comparison to Conway’s incredible talent, you have to admit that Tre does sound a lot like him.

Watch Tre’s version of “Hello Darlin'” below.

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