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Growing up, children are often surrounded by the sounds of their parents’ favorite music. As a result, kids often end up developing a love for the same type of music that their mother or father has always enjoyed.
This love of music continues to be passed down through the generations, exposing young audiences to singers who lived decades ago. Despite the fact that he died in 1953, the legendary Hank Williams‘ legacy lives on because parents and grandparents have passed his music along to younger generations.
Misty Overstreet passed her appreciation for Hank’s music onto her daughter, Chloe. The two decided to team up to sing one of his famous songs, which was famously recorded by George Jones.
The mother-daughter duo sang a song called “A House of Gold.” Written by Hank as a hymn, the song was released after his death. It has gone on to be covered by numerous artists, including Willie Nelson, Dierks Bentley, and Porter Wagoner.
George attached himself to the song in 1964. It was recorded as a duet with fellow country singer Melba Montgomery, but was never released as a single. Still, George’s version of the song is well-known since he is one of the biggest names to ever record it.
Like George did with Melba, the mother-daughter team of Misty and Chloe sang “A House of Gold” as a duet. The two both have angelic voices, which harmonize together to create a heavenly sound.
The two took a simple approach with their cover, using a single acoustic guitar as a backup. This gave the beauty of their voices the chance to shine, and shine they did.
Tune in below to watch this talented mother-daughter duo sing “A House of Gold.” Their version is sure to leave you feeling amazed.
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