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The children of country singers often end up chasing the same dream that their ...
The children of country singers often end up chasing the same dream that their parents had before them. Many of these children have natural-born talent, as if their parents passed their musical skills along with their other traits.
One country music child who definitely inherited musical talent is Tyler Reese, the 19-year-old daughter of country singer Travis Tritt. Tyler has been well-known in the country community for years, and she’s on her way to becoming a star like her father.
Back in 2013, Tyler took a big step in her career when she joined her father for a duet. The song they recorded together was “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” which was originally recorded by Patty Smyth and Don Henley. Tyler and Travis recorded their version of the song for a re-released edition of Travis’ 2007 album The Storm.
Tyler has appeared on stage with her father a few times since then, and also accompanies him on tour. She had the honor of singing the National Anthem during one of his recent shows, and one of the concertgoers happened to capture the entire performance on camera.
Singing a cappella, Tyler’s voice rang over the crowd as she moved through the beginning part of the song. She got a few hoots and hollers early on, but the crowd was roaring with cheers once she tackled the high notes.
Anyone who has listened to the National Anthem before knows that those dreaded high notes often get the best of even the most seasoned performers. But Tyler sang them with absolute ease, and managed to maintain the crystal clear tone of her voice.
Based on how they reacted once she finished singing, the audience was impressed with what they heard from Tyler. They rewarded her with an endless round of cheers and applause, which was certainly well-earned.
Now you can witness Tyler’s brilliant performance of the National Anthem in the clip below. With a voice like that, we have no doubt that she’ll be able to accomplish great things!