The recently engaged singer took the Opry stage back in July for this performance — and it was truly one of a kind. The full video is now available for fans who weren’t able to be at the Music City show. His five-song medley was an epic representation of his vocal abilities.
McCreery started with the classic Conway Twitty tune, “Hello Darlin’,” which may have been our favorite cover. It was a reminder that his vocals were made for that classic country sound — and the audience clearly agreed.
“That’s just a little bit of Conway Twitty, y’all,” he said with a smile before going into Randy Travis’ “Forever and Ever Amen.” During which, he asked for crowd participation through clapping and a sing-along. He also sang Johnny Cash‘s “Folsom Prison Blues,” Alan Jackson‘s “Chattahoochee” and John Michael Montgomery’s “Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident.”
Check out McCreery’s classic country medley at the Grand Ole Opry below.