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‘Nashville’ Sisters Sing ‘Ho Hey’ at Grand Ole Opry
Do you watch Nashville?
Amanda does. But I don’t. It’s not anything against country music. I never watched Dallas either. Never saw Chicago. Vegas either.
According to Amanda, Paris was a TV show in the ’70s, but I don’t trust anyone who watches Nashville.
Anyway, on the show, there are apparently singing sisters who play singing sisters (Lennon and Maisy Stella, which doesn’t sound down-Southy-AT-ALL). Both are young, but one is super young. They are quite capable at singing.
There is something of a wildly popular song floating around the universe by a band called The Lumineers. It’s called “Ho Hey.” (Not to be confused with “Hey Ho,” which is a phrase I am ashamed to say I’ve used once or twenty times in my day.)
The Nashville singing sister girls covered “Ho Hey” at the legendary Grand Ole Opry.
They rocked it. (Or countried it, as the case may be.)
Check it out.