Jon Pardi's breakthrough hit "Head Over Boots" recently claimed the top of the charts - and for good reason. The lighthearted love song transports listeners back into the late 80s and early 90s style of country, which features a higher emphasis on lyrics and a more peeled-back production style.
Now, Pardi has decided to put his own spin on a George Strait's "Nobody In His Right Mind Would've Left Her" from all the way back in 1986. The cover was a part of the California native's series of acoustic performances shared online earlier this summer.
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In the video, he calls George Strait one of his musical before explaining the heartfelt reason why he chose to cover the song. You may want to get a tissue for this one.
Pardi has been keeping up a rigorous touring schedule this year, and has no plans of stopping any time soon. He's set to head out on a co-headlining jaunt with Kip Moore later this year. The Me and My Kind Tour, will kick off in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Sept. 30. You can find a full list of upcoming tour dates at Pardi's official website.