Singing in the Shower… Love this Child. “Angel of the Morning”

She will likely hate me for this one day, but it’s adorable and I recorded it. She sings passionately no matter where she might be, and this recording of her singing “Angel of the Morning” is no different. Before she started singing this one (she knows the Juice Newton version) she was belting out Mac Davis’ “Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me”. She will likely kill me one day for this, but I love it so much…. SO MUCH. When this kid sings she belts it out… Especially classic #country and in the shower. #herdmanagement #AngelOfTheMorning #merileerush A video posted by Jessica McNeill Azar (@buaidhnobas315) on Dec 14, 2015 at 7:54am PST

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10 Country Stars From Alabama

It’s no secret that the American South has given birth to a substantial number of influential musicians, but did you know that Alabama, specifically, can lay claim to many of the Country Music stars we know and love? That’s right, the nation just can’t get enough of this state’s sound and love the artists Southern drawls in addition to the amazing lyrics they’ve penned. The origins of these noteworthy Alabamians are spread throughout the state, from the Gulf Coast to the Mountains of the north, and can be found in the early years of popular country music all the way up to hot new stars of the hour. Check out this list of Country Stars that are from Alabama: 10)JAMEY JOHNSON Hailing from Montgomery, Alabama, Jamey Johnson took the Country Music scene by storm with his distinctive voice and a sound that’s more typical of classic Country Music than most of today’s new stars. With songs like “In Color” and “Give it Away” Johnson has won numerous country music awards and the hearts of fans. 9) SHENANDOAH This popular group was formed in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and had chart-topping songs throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s, like “Sunday in the South,…

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