12-Year-Old Honors Holly Dunn With Cover Of ‘Daddy’s Hands’

Youtube/RichieRombough (Left), Holly Dunn (Right)

The world was rocked by the news that the enchanting Holly Dunn lost her life following a valiant battle with ovarian cancer in November 2016. While there may never be another Holly, 12-year-old Paige Rombough honors her with a moving performance of her signature song, “Daddy’s Hands.”

In a delivery reminiscent of the original, the young singer embodies Dunn’s loving spirit through her endearing delivery of the meaningful lyrics. The combination of Paige’s impressive southern vocals and her unparalleled charisma make for an unforgettable performance.

Dunn released nine studio albums and charted multiple No.1 hits including “Are You Ever Gonna Love Me” and “You Really Had Me Going,” but it was “Daddy’s Hand,” peaking at only No.7, which became widely received as her signature song.  “Daddy’s Hands” was written and recorded by Dunn in 1986 as the second single off her self-titled debut album.

You can watch Paige’s rendition of “Daddy’s Hands” in the video below.