LeAnn Rimes' performance of Patsy Cline's classic is so good that it bewitched fans
Award-winning singer and songwriter LeAnne Rimes stole the hearts of fans worldwide when she paid tribute to Patsy Cline.
Back in 2013, Rimes performed a medley of Cline's songs at the AMA's and it has since been described as one of the most memorable Cline tributes.
Cline passed away in a plane crash back in the early sixties and fans have felt the void she left behind ever since then. She was only 30 years old at the time of her death, and at the height of her career.
Her songs and extraordinary talent will never be forgotten. It was only fitting for Rimes to be called upon for the tribute as she has been described as the Patsy Cline of our era. Her performance has been viewed nearly 2 million times on one YouTube channel alone.
Rimes chose an elegant pastel pink sequined dress for the momentous occasion and paired the outfit with dangling earrings and smoldering makeup. Her hair was swept back and she commanded the stage as only a true legend could.
Some of the songs included in her medley were "Leavin' On Your Mind," and "Crazy." Based on the reactions she received online, it was clear that Rimes not only stole the hearts of everyone in attendance that night but all those millions of fans who were following the performance from the screens instead.
Some said she is "a beautiful lady with a magnificent voice," while others described Rimes as the best singer of our times, across all genres, without rival. All were in favor that Rimes owned the evening and that Cline was honored in a manner respecting a singer of her status.
But before we share that breathtakingly spectacular performance with you, allow us to introduce another country star who became a true sensation. Brett Eldredge hails from Nashville and his proven himself as a talented singer, however, it's his dog Edgar Boogie who reigns king on Eldredge's social media profiles.
The lovable pooch loves it when his owner sings to him, and sometimes the consequences of their singing sessions are quite hilarious. Eldredge has been described as the "most dedicated dog dad," and the love he has for his Edgar Boogie is evident when one scrolls through his timeline.
He found Edgar Boogie two years ago, a scared and neglected puppy who was just as scared of humans as Eldredge was of taking an animal in his car.
LEANN RIMES TRIBUTE TO PATSY CLINE
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