Scotty McCreery Sings 'Hello Darlin' At The Grand Ole Opry

Check out this wonderful rendition of the song ‘Hello Darlin’ from Scotty McCreery at The Grand Ole Opry.

“Hello darlin', nice to see you, it's been a long time, you're just as lovely as you used to be
How's your new love, are you happy, hope you’re doin' fine, just to know it
Means so much to me, what's that darlin', how am I doin', I'm doin' alright except I can't sleep
And I cry all night 'til dawn, what I'm trying to say is I love you and I miss you”

The song ‘Hello Darlin’ was written by Conway Twitty, and it was his first single and title track for the album of the same name. It was released in March 1970 and became Conway Twitty‘s fourth #1 hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. 

‘Hello Darlin’ spent a total of four weeks at number one on the charts and was also named as the number one song of 1970. The song was also nominated for Country Music Association Award for Song of the Year and Country Music Association Award for Single of the Year. In 1999, ‘Hello Darlin’ was added to the Grammy Hall of Fame, and its years of popularity made it an iconic country classic.

In this video, Scotty McCreery did such an incredible job with his rendition of ‘Hello Darlin’, and his smooth voice definitely did the country classic justice. Many people online thought the same.

“Out of this world!” comments one person after watching the music video on YouTube. “There will never be another Conway, but this talented young man nailed it! The best rendition I have ever heard.”

“Not many people can do Conway justice, but this is amazing!” writes another person online.

We hope that you enjoyed listening to Scotty McCreery sing ‘Hello Darlin’ at The Grand Ole Opry today.

Source: Rixx Carlson

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