Country star Travis Tritt had his audience reeling with excitement when his 19-year-old daughter opened his show and gave fans a run for their money!
Performing at the New River Valley Fair in Virginia, Tritt packed the venue with country fans eager to hear the icon's talent. However, they were given a special treat as Tyler Reese graced the stage just before her father to give an epic performance of Sara Evans' sassy hit "Suds In The Bucket".
"Now her Daddy's in the kitchen/ Starin' out the window/ Scratchin' and a rackin' his brains/ How can eighteen years just up and walk away/ Our little pony tailed girl/ Growed up to be a woman/ Now she's gone in the blink of an eye," she vibrantly sang, wowing the crowd that couldn't help but dote on the country singer's talented little girl.
Evans' rebel girl anthem served as her third single on her 2003 album Restless, skyrocketing to no.1 on the charts and later becoming certified Gold in 2005.
The father and daughter have stunned the world many times before with their spontaneous performances and stellar duets that have taken social media by storm. In 2013, the two re-recorded "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough", formerly sang by Patty Smyth and Don Henley, for the re-release of Tritt's 2007 album, The Calm After...
Be sure to check out Tyler Reese's fabulous cover of the feisty hit below.
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