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article imageSarah Darling is still America's country 'darling,' to play Opry

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 18, 2014 in Music
Nashville - Country singer Sarah Darling will be returning to the Grand Ole Opry tonight for her 60th appearance on the hallowed stage.
She was a contestant on the reality competition Rising Star, where two of the three judges did not vote for her during the live broadcast, yet she did receive the support from country mega-star and judge Brad Paisley.
This was quite disappointing, especially since she did a superb job covering Lee Ann Womack's signature song "I Hope You Dance," showcasing her crystalline vocals.
Although she did not make it to the next round, Paisley offered her words of encouragement. "Why don't you come to the Opry, and we'll welcome you home," he had told the songstress. Tonight, they will be both at the Opry, which will mark Darling's 60th appearance there, and they will sing a duet, "Whiskey Lullaby."
"This was a great experience for me," Darling said in a press statement. "I am honored to have had the chance to be on the competition show and to have shared my talent with the millions of viewers during my two live performances. I have earned a new legion of fans and that is exciting for me."
In a press statement, it was revealed that Darling will be making an announcement next week on more things to come, so fans ought to stay tuned for that.
Last year, she released her stunning music video for "Little Umbrellas," which was well-received by Digital Journal.
For more information on country sensation Sarah Darling, visit her official website.
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