Miranda Lambert and her incredible vocal abilities show no signs of stopping. She’s currently on her summer tour, selling out arena after arena, and still releasing new singles. On top of that, Lambert has made a show-stopping addition to her shows this year — a cover of Patsy Cline’s hit, “Crazy.”
Lambert performed an exceptional rendition of the song at the Country 2 Country Festival in Glasgow earlier this year. Standing by her guitarist, Scotty Wray, she croons “Crazy” to an excited crowd.
Country 2 Country is an annual country music festival held in Dublin, Glasgow and London. Carrie Underwood, Sam Hunt, Eric Church and Chris Stapleton have also performed at C2C in the past.
Let’s be honest, Lambert could sing the phonebook, but we could listen to this cover all day long. She hits every note with ease and does the song major justice.
Willie Nelson wrote “Crazy,” and Cline recorded it on crutches (still injured from her June 1961 car crash). Reportedly, Cline had a hard time getting through the recording sessions, but she did, and it became a colossal success and her most iconic song. “Crazy” hit No. 9 on the US Hot 100 and No. 2 on the Hot Country Songs Charts in 1961.
Looking to catch Lambert live? There’s still plenty of time left to score tickets before her tour ends this fall.