Lana Del Rey shares cover of “Take Me Home, Country Roads”

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After finishing her tour in Virginia, the artist offers her version of the hit country song.

This year King’s wool has been on firesince after releasing his ninth studio album Did You Know That There’s a Tunner Under Ocean Blvd and at the close of an incredible tour of the United States, the artist shares a surprise version of the song “Take Me Home, Country Roads” of John Denver.

The song that was produced by Zachary Dawes It leads us to an interrelation of facts. First of all, the original John Denver (known as “The Poet of American Song”) since its release almost 50 years ago, has become a global sensation, as it is popular in the “Mountain State” of Virginia. Yeah! The same place where Wool closed his tour.

And secondly, curiously in the recent album, Wool had given a signal of this launch. Well King during the track that opens the disk, “The Grants”sings twice: “Like ‘Rocky Mountain High,’ the way John Denver sings” and can be related to the new cover, which is released at the end of the album stage. Is there a better way to present and say goodbye to the LP?

Of course all the work of the talented Wool Of the King It has been recognized. Therefore, now she could be the winner of a Grammy because it is nominated in five categories: “Album of the Year”, “Song of the Year”, “Best Alternative Music Performance”; “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance” and “Best Alternative Music Album”.

Definitely Wool He always surprises with his great creativity when making music and his incredible way of expressing himself on stage. Enjoy this song!


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