Country star Sara Evans revealed to the world that her remarkable talent has surely been passed down, as her and her 14-year-old daughter gave a stunning rendition to the intoxicating hit "Tennessee Whiskey". Standing proudly next to her mother, Olivia was poised and ready to wow her eager crowd during Evans' album release party overlapping with the 2017 CMA Music Festival.
Olivia kicked off their duet with her stellar vocals that shocked the crowd, instantly gifting the young girl with endless cheers and applause. "I used to spend my nights out in a barroom/ Liquor was the only love I've known/ But you rescued me from reachin' for the bottom/ And brought me back from being too far gone," she vibrantly sang.
Evans joined her daughter on the song's chorus, harmoniously blending their voices and deeply chilling their audience. Fans were floored by the searing family talent, giving these phenomenal ladies a roaring ovation that kicked off one hell of a night for the family.
The intoxicating ballad was originally recorded by country music legend David Allen Coe in 1983 on a same titled album. While the tune has been renditioned by no shortage of artists, country icon George Jones admirable covered the hit, only to inspire singer Chris Stapleton to generate his own chilling twist.
Evans' upcoming album Words is expected for release on July 21. Be sure to listen to this unforgettable performance below!
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