Tim McGraw And Faith Hill’s Daughter, Audrey, Delivers Stunning Cover Of Emmylou Harris’ “Beneath Still Waters”

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What a voice.

Audrey McGraw, who is the youngest daughter of country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, recently shared a stunning cover of Emmylou Harris’ “Beneath Still Waters.”

Written by Dallas Frazier in 1967, the song was first recorded later that year by the great George Jones, who included it on his 1968 My Country album.

“Beneath Still Waters” was made most famous by Emmylou, though, when she included it as the second single from her iconic Blue Kentucky Girl record, and it ultimately became here fourth career #1 country hit in 1980.

And over on Instagram, Audrey shared a beautiful, stripped-back cover of the song, which also features her playing the keys.

She clearly comes by her incredible vocals very honestly, and she sounds amazing here.

And in my humble opinion, she couldn’t have picked a better song, and posted the video with a very fitting caption:

“Good ‘ole dramatic country music.”

It simply doesn’t get any better than that…

Audrey also starred alongside her father in the music video for his song “7500 OBO” a couple years ago:

“Beneath Still Waters”

And the George Jones version of “Beneath Still Waters”:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock