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- Published On: 2021-03-08 20:30:16
- Video Published/Author: The Charismatic Voice
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Chris Stapleton, one of the more prolific country music songwriters, takes a break from writing breakout songs to perform a version of “Tennessee Whiskey,” originally performed by country music artist David Allan Coe. How was it? Freaking AMAZING!
Join professional opera singer Elizabeth Zharoff, as she listens to Chris Stapleton for the first time, performing “Tennessee Whiskey”.
Performed by Chris Stapleton – Words and Music by Dean Dillon & Linda Hargrove
I definitely recommend watching the original video without interruptions, here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBLruNfUqUs
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Elizabeth Zharoff is an international opera singer and voice coach, with 3 degrees in voice, opera, and music production. She’s performed in 18 languages throughout major venues in Europe, America, and Asia. Currently based somewhere between Los Angeles and Tucson, Arizona, Elizabeth spends her days researching voice, singing, teaching, writing music, and recording TONS. She also plays Diablo and Dungeons & Dragons.
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