Colton Dixon Brings Family Onstage For Special Performance Of ‘Can’t Quit You’

Colton Dixon Brings Family Onstage For Special Performance Of ‘Can’t Quit You’

A former American Idol contestant and Christian music artist brought his family up on the stage for a surprise performance during a stop in Indiana.

Family is another in a long line of ways the Lord blesses and touches our lives. Those are the people who are there whenever things are at their worst. They can be counted on for help, safety, guidance and an encouraging word. No matter what happens, they will always be around, never leaving for supposed greener pastures. 

In a clip posted on YouTube, Colton Dixon brought his wife and two little girls onto the stage during a stop in Winona Lake, Indiana. Near the beginning of the clip, Colton disappears off the stage, and it’s unclear what is happening. 

But seconds later, he emerges leading one of his children by the hand on stage. His wife and other little girl follow closely behind. The audience reacts with a collective “aww” at the sight of the young family. Colton introduces the two precious children and his wife to the crowd.

It's unclear what is going to happen next as Colton and his band go into the next song. Not even Colton is 100 percent sure what happens next.

“We’re gonna start the next song, and I don’t know what I’m gonna play or what I’m not going to play,” he tells the musicians on stage.

He then goes into a performance of “Can’t Quit You.” Throughout the performance, Colton serenades his two young children. 

“I’d say it’s easy for me to quit most things, but I can’t quit you
I could give it up and go my own way, but I can’t follow through
Every time I think about us, think about the reasons why
I know it’s time for giving up on giving up, but I gotta try”

The little girls even throw in a few subtle dance steps, moving slightly as their father sings. 
The crowd erupts in a thunderous round of applause following the performance. 

Proverbs 11:29 “The troubler of his house will have the wind for his heritage, and the foolish will be the servant to the wise-hearted.”

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