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Randall King is gearing up to release his major label debut album, Shot Glass, in just one month.
But aside from teasing new songs from the record here and there on Instagram, he also posted a throwback cover the other day that you absolutely have to see…
I never knew how badly I needed to hear the West Texas crooner with his smooth, twangy vocals sing “Miami, My Amy” until this very moment.
Originally written by Dean Dillon, Hank Cochran and Royce Porter, the late, great Keith Whitley included the song as the second single from his 1985 album L.A. To Miami.
Even though it only peaked at #14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, it’s one of Keith’s all-time great songs.
Do yourself a favor and check out Randall’s rendition:
“Here’s a little Miami, My Amy… I got to hang with Big D & Bubba a while back and this is one of the ones I played that morning.”
And of course, the timeless original:
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