Scott McCreery’s Stunning Tribute To Conway Twitty Left The Opry In Tears. AMAZING Voice!

When the country music legend Conway Twitty first recorded “Hello Darlin'” in 1969, he probably had no clue the effect it would have on the music industry. According to Twitty, when he first sat down to record, he sang the opening lines, “Hello darlin’, nice to see you.”

Anyone who knows the song knows that’s not how it goes, and Twitty wasn’t feeling that version in the studio, either.  His producer, Owen Bradley, suggested he speak the lines, instead, and a super-hit was recorded.

Nearly forty years later, a teenager with a dream of making it big won a record deal in a cut-throat singing competition and was given a chance to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. Surprising everyone,he chose Twitty’s masterpiece, “Hello Darlin'”.

When that teenager, Scott McCreery, starts speaking the first line of the song, the crowd goes wild. You can even hear women squealing in the audience, much like they did decades earlier when Twitty himself was onstage.

McCreery grew with classics like Conway Twitty playing all around him, and his deep connection with the song is apparent. During a concert, he revealed some of his memories of listening to the classics.

“I loved it; I just grew up with it. Nowadays things have changed a little bit. It’s not a good thing or bad thing; everything changes over time. But for me, it does not change the fact that I, Scotty McCreery, still have a love for that kind of music.”

Watch McCreery’s stunning version of “Hello Darlin’” in the video below! What did you think? Leave us a comment, we’d love to hear from you!

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