We found a video of Sam Hunt singing Reba McEntyre's at the Nash Country Weekly Kick-off Party- Musicians on Call Benefit Concert.
He did the same song He performed the same song with Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday night (Feb. 9). Fittingly dubbed the ‘Sam Hunt CRS House Party,’ the singer closed night two of Country Radio Seminar with a high-energy 70-minute performance that had attendees on their feet and dancing throughout his entire set at the Mother Church of Country Music.
Take a listen. We think you'll love it.
Willie Nelson is known for his own signature country style, but for his new album he’s taking on a different set of iconic tunes: Gershwin pop songs.
The music of George and Ira Gershwin pervaded the industry in the late 19th and early 20th century during the Tin Pan Alley era, and Nelson’s new record, titled Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin, is filled with those classic songs.
Nelson accepted the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song in 2015, and says he has been inspired by the legends nearly his whole life.
The album, set for release Feb. 26, includes several of the Gershwin brothers’ greatest hits, including “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off,” which features Cyndi Lauper, and “Embraceable You,” featuring Sheryl Crow.
A sheriff's deputy from Colorado retired in serious stanky leg style.
Background investigator Tony Scherb opted not to calmly walk away from his job at the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office following 29 years of service.
Instead, he busted some inspiring moves in an elevator dance to rapper Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" that's going viral.
Hilarious spoof footage posted to Facebook on Friday begins with two colleagues pretending to set up a camera to monitor what they claim is a malfunctioning elevator.
Scherb then walks inside, presses play on his smartphone, puts it in his pocket and starts dancing. Another officer enters and joins in with his whips, nae naes, Supermans and stanky legs -- before they both straighten up when their chief comes in.
When he leaves, they again break out the moves. By the end of the clip, Scherb is joined by three other officers, who all made sure to give him the sendoff he deserves.
As of Sunday morning, the video had racked up more than 2.7 million views. A note on the Facebook page reveals the cause of the elevator malfunction. Apparently it was "excessive dancing."
Watch Silento's music video to see how the law enforcers' moves compare:
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Great use of a snow day! We love it and it's trending. My favorite part is when they are stopped by the police and the officer says, "we got a complaint so I'm acting like I am talking to you." Priceless.