Country Singer Randall King Sings 'I'll Fly Away' Acoustic Performance

Country Singer Randall King Sings 'I'll Fly Away' Acoustic Performance

Country singer Randall King sings a beautiful, acoustic rendition of ‘I’ll Fly Away’ at The Nashville Vineyard Church in Tennessee.


Randall adds a country twang to this beloved hymn and fills the serene setting of the church with such a heartfelt, peaceful sound. The song echoes throughout the church walls and stained-glass windows, and the mix of acoustic guitar with the pedal steel guitar brings the melody and lyrics together.

“Some glad morning when this life is over
I'll fly away
To a home on God's celestial shore
I'll fly away

I'll fly away, o Glory
I'll fly away
When I die, Hallelujah, by and by
I'll fly away”

This song has been called the most recorded gospel song, and it has been covered by numerous artists over the years. Originally, ‘I'll Fly Away’ was written by Albert E. Brumley in 1929. The song brings comfort to many with its familiar tune and lyrics, and it is also a popular song to be played at funerals.

As for Randall King, this singer-songwriter hails from west Texas and grew up as a fourth-generation hay-hauler. Many of the songs that he writes are inspired by his family roots and deep southern heritage.

When talking about his album, Randall King stresses the importance of staying true to himself when he creates music.

“There’s a lot of people that want country music to come back around, and there’s a lot of people that will say you have to sell out and play radio hits to make it,” he says. “I think for me I want to make my stamp as an artist with this record, that I can be me and still make an impact across the country.”

There’s no doubt that many people will enjoy Randall King’s country version of ‘I’ll Fly Away’ and be encouraged by his music and talent!