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Kelly Clarkson Covers Chris Stapleton

Yes, I know I post a bunch of Kellyoke on here.

But seriously, Kelly Clarkson’s covers are one of the best things on the internet right now.

In case you’re new to the party, Kelly Clarkson has a daily talk show “The Kelly Clarkson Show” on NBC, and every day she does a segment called “Kellyoke” where she and her ridiculously good band cover a different song every day.

The latest to catch my fancy?

Kelly’s version of Chris Stapleton’s Grammy Award winning “White Horse”:

I’ve said it more than once, and I’ll say it again…


I don’t think there is anything this woman cannot sing.

Need further pro

Check out her YouTube channel, and enjoy going down the rabbit hole.


What should she cover next???

Jordan Rainer Performing Blake Shelton’s “Ol’ Red” On “The Voice”

I’ll be honest… it’s been awhile since I’ve watched ‘The Voice” or any kind of singing reality show. But every now and again, I’ll see a video pop up from one of the shows, and it makes me take notice.

Case in point: Jordan Rainer’s performance of “Ol’ Red” on NBC’s “The Voice”.

Wasn’t that a cool performance?

First off, I have always loved the original song, and Jordan put such a unique spin on it with that performance.

Was she trying to get into Gwen Stefani’s good graces?

Well, duh.

But still, a creative choice and great performance which is bound to get the Oklahoma native some attention for sure!

Find out more about Jordan on her FB page: https://www.facebook.com/JordanRainerMusicPage/

A fresh, new Country voice that is much needed!

Brenda Lee “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” at Christmas at the Opry!

Last night, “Christmas at the pry” aired on NBC, and of course, there were some pretty solid performances, but I particularly love seeing Brenda Lee perform her iconic “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree”  at the age of 78!

Brenda can still hang!

And I love that it clearly wasn’t lip-synched. Brenda don’t need that mess.

Also, “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” is #1 this week on the Billboard Hot 100, 65 years after it’s release!

Fun fact: Brenda Lee recorded the holiday staple when she was 13.



Total Baddie!